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The New A380 Singapore Airlines Business Class Cabin
Singapore Airlines Ltd is the flag carrier of Singapore with a global hub at Singapore Changi Airport (SIN). They are a member of the Star Alliance.
The airline flies exclusively long haul flights and has some of the most desirable Business and First Class cabins in the world.
The new A380 Business Class Cabin is comprised of 2 smaller cabins of 78 seats total in a 1-2-1 configuration, allowing for maximum privacy as well as aisle access for each passenger.
Each seat is 25” wide and converts to a lie flat bed that is 78” long and a 34” wide. The cabin is muted purple, silver and orange in an elegant colour palette and shell-like design.
World-class personalised service is what sets Singapore Airlines apart. From the moment you enter Changi airport, you will be personally attended to for meet and greet service, transportation, and priority boarding, security and baggage.
On flight you can expect a warm welcome and your every need catered to along your journey.
Your private suite features a fully flat bed including pillows, blankets, and duvet. The chair is a hand stitched full grain leather by Poltrona Frau. You will be provided with noise cancelling headphones, slippers, eyeshades, and sleeping socks to make your journey more comfortable.
Singapore Airlines is the biggest buyer of Dom Perignon champagne in the world, treating it’s Business Class guests with the best of the best in food and beverage service. You will enjoy a full-service meal with an extensive wine list as well as beer, spirits, non alcoholic beverages and premium tea and espresso.
Each seat comes equip with power outlets, USB and HDMI ports, and a 18” HD monitor with touchscreen remote for inflight entertainment. There is plenty of stowage space throughout your suite and plenty of room to stretch out and relax. Guests also receive an amenity kit from Penhaligon on select flights.
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