This October, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will add three new flights between Singapore and Paris, increasing its total number to 10 flights weekly. The three new flights will be operated during the winter season, between October 29, 2017 and March 24, 2018. New flights will operate on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. All ten flights will be operated by B777-300ER aircraft, rather than the A380-800s that currently serve the route.

SIA currently serves its Singapore-Paris route with A380s. The planes will be replaced by 777-300ER aircraft on the route.
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The new B777 planes have 264 seats. There are four in First Class, forty eight in Business Class, twenty eight in Premium Economy, and 184 in Economy Class.

The new flights will operate to Charles de Gaulle as SQ334 (Singapore to Paris) and SQ333 (Paris to Singapore). Current flights operate as SQ336 (Singapore to Paris) and SQ335 (Paris to Singapore).

Singapore Airlines currently flies to Paris once per day. The new route is still subject to regulatory approvals. SIA says that tickets will be made available through various channels once they receive approval to operate the new flights.

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