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Which airlines are partners with Singapore Airlines?
Singapore Airlines partners with over 20 other airlines, among them SilkAir, Aegean Airlines, JetBlue Airways, and Lufthansa. These partnerships allow passengers to travel on the planes of these airlines under a codesharing agreement, in which Singapore Airlines’ flight numbers are attached to these other planes. This allows these planes to act as an extension of Singapore Airlines.
Why is Singapore Airlines SQ?
SQ is the prefix attached to the flight number of a Singapore Airlines codeshare partner in the United States. Codeshare partners that go to and from U.S. destinations are Virgin Atlantic, Virgin America, All Nippon Airways, JetBlue Airways, and Air Canada.
Does Singapore Airlines fly to Mauritius?
Yes, Singapore Airlines flies to Mauritius. It does so through a codeshare partnership with Air Mauritius, meaning Air Mauritius planes are viewed as an extension of the Singapore Air fleet. These planes land at Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport and Sir Gaetan Duval Airport.
How many countries does Singapore Airlines fly to?
Singapore Airlines is always expanding its network, and when you include its codesharing partners, the sky is the limit. Currently, they fly to more than 30 countries including the U.S., Australia, New Zealand, Japan, China, India, UAE, and South Africa, in addition to loads of destinations in Southeast Asia. With plans for new routes in the near future, Singapore Airlines can get you just about anywhere.
Does Singapore Airlines business class have Wi-Fi?
Yes, passengers travelling in business class have access to Wi-Fi, though how much it will cost and how long a session will last depends on the type of plane and the Wi-Fi provider. On Boeing 777-300ER and 787-10, and on Airbus A350 and A380, business class passengers get one free Wi-Fi session up to 30MB. That’s plenty of data to put the “business” in business class and work on an email or presentation—or just to surf the web.