Singapore Airlines will down-gauge one of its two daily Airbus A380 services to Sydney from May 30, and will permanently down-gauge its daily A380 service to Melbourne in response to operational requirements for the larger aircraft elsewhere.
While both cities will retain four daily return services from Singapore, the daily SQ231 service which departs Singapore at 12.45am and arrives in Sydney at 10.25am, and the return SQ222 service which departs Sydney at 3.15pm and arrives at 9.40pm will be operated by a Boeing 777-300ER until October.
And from October 26, the daily SQ227 A380 service from Singapore to Melbourne and the return SQ228 will be replaced by a 777-300ER.
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