Singapore Airlines debuted its Boeing 787-10 flight to Denpasar, Bali, on Monday. The SQ942 aircraft took off from Changi Airport in Singapore at 9:15 am local time and arrived at Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali at 11:55 am.
“We’re proud to showcase our next generation of regional cabin products on our 787-10s,” Edwin Chiang, Singapore Airlines general manager for Indonesia, said in a statement. “The development of the new products is a result of several years of work involving customer research and partnerships with our designers and suppliers.”
Singapore Airlines is said to be the first airline to operate the Boeing 787-10, the aircraft features personalized in-flight entertainment and a total of 337 seats, with a 1-2-1 and 3-3-3 seating configuration for business and economy class, respectively.
The inauguration was attended by Anil Kumar Nayar, the ambassador of the Republic of Singapore to Indonesia, Bali Tourism Agency director Anak Agung Gede Yuniartha, W. K. Lim, Singapore Airlines’ regional vice president of Southeast Asia, representatives of the local services industry and officials from the Transportation and Tourism Ministries.