SIA To Restructure Its Brunei Services

28th May 2003

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is restructuring its services to Bandar Seri Begawan, following the phasing-out of its remaining A310 aircraft.
From 1 June 2003, SIA will replace its planned daily A310 operation with a five-times-weekly service, deploying B777s twice and A320s three times a week.

B777 aircraft, with a capacity of 288 seats, will operate on Wednesday and Friday, while the 142-seat A320s will be used on Monday, Saturday and Sunday. The A320s will be leased for this service from SilkAir, SIA’s subsidiary, and will be manned by SilkAir pilots and cabin crew.

The A310s, with 183 seats, will be phased out in June 2003.



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