Singapore Airlines (SIA) plans to deploy its first Boeing 787-10 on the Singapore-Osaka, Japan, route in May, with subsequent deliveries to be used elsewhere in the Asia-Pacific region. The carrier’s first -10 delivery is expected March 28, just before the current fiscal year ends March 31, ATW’s sister publication Aviation Daily understands. While the Osaka route will be the aircraft’s first regularly scheduled service, the initial -10s will be flown in advance ...

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