Singapore Airlines to fly A380 to India from May


Singapore Airlines is planning to introduce Airbus A380 aircraft on its key India routes by end-May, three months after the the civil aviation ministry lifted its ban on super-jumbo plane operations, according to sources at the Mumbai and Delhi airports.

“We are keen to fly the A380 to India and are currently evaluating our plans. We will be in a position to confirm details once plans are firmed up,” Singapore Airlines (India) general manager David Lau said in an email response.

Singapore Airlines Chairman Stephen Lee Ching Yen met civil aviation secretary Ashok Lavasa on Friday and the two discussed plans about A380 flights and Tata Singapore Airlines.

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