35 Years Singapore to Copenhagen Route

35 years ago, a Boeing 707 from Singapore Airlines landed at Copenhagen Airport via several stopovers, Colombo, Tehran and Zurich. Today it flies three times a week, directly between Copenhagen and Singapore.
 
After a Boeing 707 operated Singapore Airlines’ new route to Copenhagen, the company’s route later flown by other vessels which has operated the route for the last six years three weekly flights.
 
Singapore Airlines currently has three weekly flights between Singapore and Copenhagen. Due to the lack of capacity from Copenhagen flown most of Singapore Airlines’ Scandinavian passengers today via Star Alliance member’s other European routes from e.g. Amsterdam, London and Zurich.
 
“Apart from customers directly to Singapore, we have, depending on the seasons, also passengers to be passed on to Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, Bali, Sumatra and Java, Vietnam, Malaysia, including the Malaysian part of Borneo,” said Singapore Airlines’ Nordic Sales Director, Allan Hoffery to takeoff.dk
 
Singapore Airlines’ three weekly B777 200fly has 255 passengers in economy class and 30 in business class.
 
Singapore Airlines and SAS are still waiting a nod of approval for cooperation from the competition authorities of Singapore and the EU.

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