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Singapore Airlines

by Atsushi
(Ibaraki)

I investigated about Singapore Airlines. It has the concept of "state-of-the-art wings and an easy reception." It separated from Malaysia Airlines in 1972 and was born as the new Singapore Airlines.

It operates to Asia, Europe, North America, the Middle East, Oceania, Africa, etc. Now its network reaches the destination of 35 nations and 66 cities.

The reason it is loved by people in the world is safety. The average age of its planes is about six years, which is a short cycle.

And their high level service is also a popular reason. It was chosen as the "best international carrier" by Conde Nast Traveller for the past 21 consecutive years. Many prizes and travel section prizes in the aviation industry were also won.

If I have an opportunity, I would like to fly on Singapore Airlines.

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