Singapore Airlines recently announced it will be adding its third daily service between Singapore and London in June this year.
The airline in a statement said that Singapore Airlines flights on the new Singapore-London route will be operated with the help of Airbus A380 aircraft starting from June 1, 2012.
The airline is currently operating two of the services with the superjumbo, while one is operated with the Boeing 777-300ER. The airline indicated that the third daily will also be operated with Airbus A380 aircraft as well.
The seat capacity on Singapore Airlines flights, after being switched over to the larger Airbus A380, will significantly be increased by 17 percent per day.
According to the airline, London was its first destination in Europe to receive the superjumbo, in March 2008. Six months later, this was increased to double-daily A380 operations.
Singapore Airlines was the first carrier in the world to operate the superjumbo in October 700. Currently, the airline conducts A380 flights to 10 destinations, including London, New York, Melbourne, Sydney, Hong Kong, Frankfurt, Paris, Zurich, Tokyo and Frankfurt.