In march 2006 their passenger fleet included 27 Boeing 747-400 (including two withdrawn from the operating fleet), 31 Boeing 777-200, 15 Boeing 777-200ER, 12 Boeing 777-300, 5 Airbus A340-500 and they had on order 19 Boeing 777-300ER and 10 Airbus A380-800.
In 2005 Singapore airlines had a fleet of 41 Boeing 747-400, but 14 of these aircraft were 747-400 Freighters. The number of Boeing 777 in their fleet had risen to 58. And from Airbus they had added 5 ultra long-haul A 340-500. The number of A310 had dropped to one active one and two stored ones.
In 2004 Singapore airlines had a fleet of 37 Boeing 747-400, of which 7 have been withdrawn from the operating fleet. In 2004 they already had 51 Boeing 777 in their fleet.
In 2004 they had 8 Airbus A 310, but they also have been withdrawn from the operating fleet. They have ordered 5 Airbus A 340-500 for the extremely long-range. They also have ordered 10 huge Airbus A380.
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