What does it take to run one of the world’s most successful airlines? Going behind the scenes at Singapore Airlines during one of their busiest weeks of the year, we join the people at the heart of their operation. From the engineers maintaining the fleet of 108 aircrafts to the team preparing 20,000 inflight meals a day, our cameras venture across the airline’s network to present an inside look at the team’s daily challenges.
The journey begins with Captain Alan Chan, a pilot with 39 years experience. We join him at Changi Airport Terminal 3, as he prepares for a flight to Hong Kong. We follow Captain Chan through his preparations for takeoff of an Airbus A380, the world’s largest commercial passenger aircraft.
Changi Airport is the connecting hub and home base for Singapore Airline flights, with 120 flights arriving and departing daily. Station Manager Quentin...
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