By Sohail Sawlani

Singapore Airlines Sends the A350 to Male

October 23, 2022

Today, Singapore Airlines has made some route changes on their services to Male, Maldives. From 30 October to 31 December 2022 and next summer, the A350-900XWB will operate 3 times weekly. The widebody will operate on SQ437 and SQ438 to cope with current demand. This is the first time that Singapore Airlines is sending the A350 to Maldives post-pandemic, with the last time being during 2018.

The A350 will be a major upgrade to the route's current Boeing 737 MAX operations, with a wider cabin, better lighting, and jet lag effect reduction. However, only SQ437 and SQ438 will be operated by the A350-900 on 3 days a week, with other days being operated by the 737 MAX 8, and SQ431/432 operated by the 737 MAX 8 too.

The current schedule is as follows, according to AeroRoutes:

SQ432 SIN1005 - 1150MLE B737 MAX 8
SQ438 SIN2035 - 2210MLE A350-900
SQ438 SIN2035 - 2210MLE B737 MAX 8

SQ431 MLE1255 - 2045SIN B737 MAX 8
SQ437 MLE2340 - 0715+1SIN A350-900
SQ437 MLE2340 - 0715+1SIN B737 MAX 8

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