Singapore Airlines A380 Return to Melbourne After Three Years

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has brought its Airbus A380s back to Melbourne Airport, replacing the Boeing 777s that had been flying the Singapore-Melbourne service. 


Flight SQ237 from Singapore touched down at 9:30 this morning on the A380-800 9V-SKW, having left Changi at 12:45 am local time last night. Lorie Argus, CEO of Melbourne Airport, said the return of Singapore Airlines’ A380s is a “vote of confidence” in Victoria. 


The A380 will fly daily return services between Singapore and Melbourne until 28 October, flying SQ237 to Melbourne and SQ228 to Singapore. Emirates is currently the only other operator to fly A380s to Melbourne, having brought the superjumbos back in February 2022 for services to Dubai.


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