The longest flight Singapore Airlines to New York  to resume from 9 November 

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight to Newark wont to cover 9,534 miles but when the flights will resume from next month it'll fly to John F. Kennedy. International Airport which can increase the space to 9,536 miles.Singapore Airlines will resume its flight to ny on 9 November

The longest flight Singapore Airlines to New York  to resume from 9 November 
Singapore Airlines

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight to Newark wont to cover 9,534 miles but when the flights will resume from next month it'll fly to John F. Kennedy. International Airport which can increase the space to 9,536 miles.Singapore Airlines will resume its flight to ny on 9 November, when it launches non-stop flights between Singapore and John F. Kennedy International Airport.The airline will operate the Airbus A350-900 long-range aircraft on the route. This aircraft is configured with 42 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy Class and 187 Economy Class seats.

According to a press release by SIA,"Operating to JFK International Airport would allow Singapore Airlines to raised accommodate a mixture of passenger and cargo traffic on its services to ny within the current operating climate. SIA’s non-stop services to ny would even be supported by the growing number of transfer passengers who can now transit via Singapore’s Changi Airport."

Starting on 9 November, SQ24 will operate three-times weekly from Singapore Changi Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport. From Martinmas 2020, SQ23 will operate thrice weekly from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Singapore Changi Airport.The airline will operate the Airbus A350-900 long-range aircraft on the route. This aircraft is configured with 42 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy Class and 187 Economy Class seats.

According to a press release by SIA,"Operating to JFK International Airport would allow Singapore Airlines to raised accommodate a mixture of passenger and cargo traffic on its services to ny within the current operating climate. SIA’s non-stop services to ny would even be supported by the growing number of transfer passengers who can now transit via Singapore’s Changi Airport."

Starting on 9 November, SQ24 will operate three-times weekly from Singapore Changi Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport. From Martinmas 2020, SQ23 will operate thrice weekly from John F. Kennedy International Airport to Singapore Changi Airport.

“Operating these flights between Singapore and New York’s JFK International Airport represent a crucial step within the rebuilding of our global network. Non-stop ultra-long services are the bedrock of our services to the key U.S. market. we'll still build up existing services and reinstate other points because the demand for both passenger and cargo services return," said Mr. Lee Lik Hsin, Executive vice chairman Commercial for Singapore Airlines.

“Despite the challenging times for the airline industry, there are some early signs of optimism a few recovery in aviation . Our customers say that they're increasingly confident about aviation , given the robust health and safety measures that are in situ also as testing regimes to guard them and our staff. This optimism is additionally driven by recent moves by countries like Singapore, which are easing the restrictions on both transit and inbound passengers during a safe and gradual manner.

“The fundamental importance of aviation remains unchanged despite the pandemic. aviation can bridge long distances and physically compile families and friends, support both business and leisure trips, and features a direct impact on economic process and job creation. that provides us confidence about the medium to long-term prospects for the industry."