Passengers flying to Zurich from Singapore will be able to travel on a new A380 aircraft in the spring.
Singapore Airlines will introduce the superjumbo, the world’s largest aircraft, from March 28th, with daily flights between the two cities replacing the existing 12 weekly services.
Flights will depart Singapore Changi Airport at 01:10 (local time) before touching down in Zurich at 08:00 (local time). The return journey will take off from Switzerland at 12:00 and arrive in Singapore at 06:05.
Zurich will become the third city served by Singapore Airlines to receive the A380, with the airline having first used the superjumbo in 2007 on its flights to Sydney.
Since then, flights to London, Paris, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Melbourne have also been covered.
The carrier has a fleet of ten A380s, while an order for nine more has been placed.
Singapore Airlines will also launch five-times-weekly flights to Munich, Germany’s third-largest city, on March 28th.