Archive: Singapore Airlines 4Q72 Network

The following is Singapore Airlines’ operation in the 4th quarter of 1972, previously published on Airlineroute in December 2009. Singapore Airlines launched operation under SQ-coded flight numbers on 01OCT72, followed by the split of Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA).

Data listed below is taken from Official Airline Guide – Worldwide Edition, September 1972.

Singapore – Bandar Seri Begawan 7 weekly 737 (SQ456/455)
Singapore – Bangkok 7 weekly 737 (SQ510/509)
Singapore – Bangkok – Hong Kong – Osaka 6 weekly 707 (SQ632/631, 7 weekly from 01NOV72)
Singapore – Bombay – Bahrain – Rome – Frankfurt – London Heathrow 3 weekly 707 (SQ783/782, SQ785/782, SQ787/782)
Singapore – Colombo – Bahrain – Athens – Zurich – London Heathrow 2 weekly 707 (SQ777/776; 1 of 2 weekly operates as SQ779/776 from 01NOV72)
Singapore – Denpasar 3 weekly 737 (SQ214/213)
Singapore – Djakarta 21 weekly 737 (SQ204/203, SQ206/205, SQ208/207)
Singapore – Djakarta – Sydney 1 weekly 707 (SQ332/783)
Singapore – Djakarta – Sydney – Perth – Singapore 1 weekly 707 (SQ332/785; until 31OCT72)
Singapore – Djakarta – Sydney – Singapore 1 weekly 707 (SQ332/785; eff 01NOV72)
Singapore – Hong Kong – Taipei – Tokyo 7 weekly 707 (SQ638/637. Note this flight number is still used on Singapore – Tokyo Narita sector)
Singapore – Kuala Lumpur 56 weekly 737 (SQ111-126)
Singapore – Manila 3 weekly 707 (SQ666/665)
Singapore – Melbourne 2 weekly 707 (SQ306/305; eff 01NOV72)
Singapore – Melbourne – Denpasar – Singapore 1 weekly 707 (SQ306/779; eff 01NOV72)
Singapore – Perth 3 weekly 707 (SQ308/307, SQ308/777, SQ312/311; eff 01NOV72)
Singapore – Perth – Melbourne 3 weekly 707 (SQ308/307, SQ308/777; until 31OCT72)
Singapore – Saigon 3 weekly 737 (SQ528/527)
Singapore – Sydney – Denpasar – Singapore 1 weekly 707 (SQ334/787)
Singapore – Sydney – Djakarta – Singapore 1 weekly 707 (SQ334/331; eff 01NOV72)

Map illustration from OAG Mapper.

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