After 30 Years Singapore Airlines Flies The Boeing 737 Again

Previously operated by Singapore Airlines (SIA) decades ago, the 737 as an aircraft type will once again operate under the carrier’s brand and livery. Up until now, the Southeast Asian airline had delegated much of its low-demand, short-haul operations to subsidiary airline Silkair. Now that the Silkair brand and its operations are being absorbed by SIA, the former’s 737s will be operated by the latter. The first of these SIA 737s took off for regular passenger service on Thursday, going from Singapore to Phuket. Let’s take a look at the flight and what it represents.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://simpleflying.com/singapore-airlines-flies-737-again/
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Very interesting

Oh wowww, never thought this would happen in the middle of a pandemic

Yep! 9V-MGA went off for Phuket at 1600 local time few days ago!

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Ya definitely strange to be gone for so long then come out of the blue like this but hopefully it benefits the airline!