The Japanese market appears to be an early focus for Singapore Airlines (SIA) as it replaces older aircraft on some routes with its new Boeing 787-10s. SIA has already revealed that Singapore-Osaka will be the first route where the 787-10 will be deployed fulltime, beginning May 3, followed by a route to Perth, Australia on May 7. The airline said Tokyo Narita will be next on the list for the -10s, and an airline spokesperson highlighted Japanese cities Nagoya and Fukuoka as being among the ...

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