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first_imgInitially operated Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Daily operations will commence from 9 November 2018.20451955SQ37Los Angeles-Singapore Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.20100540 (+2)*All times local. Flight schedules are subject to slots and regulatory approvals. Go back to the enewsletterSingapore Airlines will launch non-stop flights between Singapore and Los Angeles using the new Airbus A350-900ULR (ultra-long-range) aircraft in November. In addition, SIA will step up existing daily non-stop Singapore – San Francisco services to 10 times per week. Together with the earlier announced non-stop Singapore – New York services, SIA will link Singapore and the US with 27 weekly non-stop flights by the end of 2018. “Our US services have always been popular with our customers and we are pleased to be able to provide even more travel options with the launch of non-stop flights between Singapore and Los Angeles, and an increase in frequency on the existing non-stop Singapore – San Francisco route,” said Singapore Airlines CEO, Goh Choon Phong.“Together with our non-stop flights between Singapore and New York that will launch in October, SIA will redefine the convenience of travelling between Singapore and the United States, delivering on our promise to constantly enhance the travel experience of our customers.” Singapore Airlines CEO Goh Choon PhongSIA will be the first airline in the world to operate the A350-900ULR, with seven on firm order with Airbus. The ultra-long-range aircraft will be configured in a two-class layout, with 67 Business Class seats and 94 Premium Economy Class seats. SIA’s existing A350-900s feature a three-class layout with 42 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy Class and 187 Economy Class seats.Singapore Airlines currently has 21 A350-900s in its fleet, with 46 more on order including the seven ULR variants. The first A350-900ULR is due for delivery in September, enabling the launch in October of the world’s longest non-stop flights, between Singapore and New York (Newark).Singapore Airlines currently operates 40 flights per week to the US cities of Houston, New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco. With the new flights, total US frequency will increase to 53 per week by December.Los Angeles A350-900ULR Flight SchedulesNorthern Winter (to 30 March 2019)SQ38Singapore-Los Angeles Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.08200730SQ35Los Angeles-Singapore With the introduction of non-stop services between Singapore and Los Angeles, SIA’s existing one-stop service to Los Angeles via Seoul will cease after 30 November 2018. Singapore – Seoul frequency will be maintained at four flights per day with the introduction of a new Singapore – Seoul return flight from 1 December 2018, operating as flight SQ612. Together with SIA’s current daily one-stop service to Los Angeles via Tokyo, Los Angeles will be served 17 times per week.SIA will also be increasing frequency on the existing Singapore – San Francisco route with three more weekly flights, with effect from 28 November 2018. The three additional services will operate as SQ34, departing every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to San Francisco and will complement existing daily SQ32 non-stop services. Together with SIA’s current daily one-stop service to San Francisco via Hong Kong, San Francisco will also be served 17 times per week. Go back to the enewsletter Flight SQ38 from Singapore to Los Angeles will commence on 2 November 2018. The route will initially be served three times per week, departing Singapore on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Daily operations will commence from 9 November 2018 after an additional A350-900ULR aircraft enters service. From 7 December 2018, a further three services per week will be added as SQ36, lifting the total non-stop flights between Singapore and Los Angeles to 10 times per week. Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.15201350SQ33San Francisco-Singapore Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.09151905 (+1)*All times local. Flight schedules are subject to slots and regulatory approvals.San Francisco A350-900ULR Flight SchedulesNorthern Winter (to 30 March 2019)SQ34Singapore-San Francisco Initially operated Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Daily operations will commence from 9 November 2018.22250815 (+2)SQ36Singapore-Los Angeleslast_img read more

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first_img be_ixf; php_sdk; php_sdk_1.4.18 What’s New in TechnologyLatest News for EntrepreneursOur Best Videos This weekend, the RoboUniverse robot expo was held in New York City at the Javits Convention Center. Robotics companies and researchers hailed from all over the globe to show off the latest in the robotics industry and lend their expertise to a number of thought-provoking panels. Clearly, the robot revolution is underway. Here are 10 of the most mind-boggling uses for robots and robotics presented at RoboUniverse:[Related: 10 Black Women Changing the World via Science and Technology]Co-Bots (Cooperative Robots) Will Displace More Human Labor:Cooperative Robots were a big focus of RoboUniverse. Co-bots are becoming co-workers that are mobile and able to perform just-in-time tasks that are programmed by their human masters.Robotic Exoskeletons Will Allow the Paralyzed to Walk:Dr. Homayoon Kazerooni, the founder of suitX, the robotic exoskeleton company, gave a keynote about exoskeletons. SuitX’s Phoenix technology is currently being tested to help paraplegics stand and walk slowly.The goal is to eventually create exoskeletons that would allow the disabled full mobility and to create suits that human workers can wear to withstand impact and injury in dangerous environments.The Military is Testing Autonomous Drones to Detect IEDs:5D Robotics was at the expo displaying its advanced drone technology. Its drones are being used in military exercises to detect and disarm mines and other IEDs. Its IED defeat kit consists of an autonomous mine detecting robot, which can automatically map the ground of a designated area, paired with a heavy duty mine clearance robot which uses 5D positioning to accurately return to marked hazards.Researchers Want to Physically Connect Human Brains and RobotsAn ever-advancing area of research–neurorobotics–explores the science of physically connecting the brain to robotic and mechanical connections and also on building computer models of sections of the brain based on neural network technology. One of the goals of this type of research is to fuse humans and robots to “a physical, mechanical agent which actively supports (healthy, elderly and disabled) people in performing activities of daily living.”Robots-as-a-Service (RaaS) is the Next Big Cloud Thing:Expect to see in the next few years, massive advances in service robots fueled by cloud technology, said several panelists who took part in the “Robots as a Service (RaaS)” session at RoboUniverse.Just as companies can now, thanks to the advent of cloud services, deploy custom data analytics solutions, for example, from cloud technology, businesses are expected to be able to adopt robotic services to fit their needs, as easily as they can now acquire online storage.last_img read more