It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art.
This week, we have a Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER taxing at London Heathrow Airport, with the aircraft completing the long journey from Singapore Changi.
Singapore Airlines operate a fleet of 27 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft – which are used on their long haul network based out of Changi.
The airline operates a variety of aircraft in its fleet including the Airbus A330, Airbus A350-900/900ULR, Airbus A380, Boeing 777-200, Boeing 777-200ER, Boeing 777-300 and Boeing 787-10.
For a lot of the A330s and the majority of the Boeing 777s currently in their fleet (everything other than a Boeing 777-300ER), they are in the process of replaced by Airbus A350-900 and Boeing 787-10 airframes, leaving the airline with a much more simplified regional and long haul fleet.
As for this aircraft – 9V-SWG is a 16 year old aircraft and wears the house colours of Singapore Airlines (gold, blue and white), able to carry 264 passengers in a four-class configuration (split into 4 first class, 48 business class, 28 Premium Economy and 184 Economy Seats). The aircraft joined the airline freshly delivered from Boeing and stayed with the airline since then.
This aircraf – like the rest of Singapore Airlines fleet – helps connect the Lion City to destinations all over the world.
More Airplane Art Next Week!
- Camera: Canon EOS R
- Lens: Canon EF 24-105mm f4 IS L Series
- Settings: ISO100, 75mm, 1/125 at f5.0
- Taken from: Cathay Pacific Business Class Lounge, Terminal 3
- Trimmed a bit from the top and sides to balance out the photo
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