Singapore Airlines excels at offering premium customer service and business class cabin amenities. Their signature, extra wide, business class seats provide added comfort in the business class cabin. The carrier continues to upgrade and change business class amenities offered worldwide on both domestic and international flights. The business class cabins on Singapore Airlines offer three tiers of service, depending on your aircraft, so customers can select the type of amenities that are important to them. The extra-wide business class seat provides enough comfort to sleep soundly on your flight.
The three business class offerings include New Business Class, Business Class, and Regional Business Class. The amenities and cabin configurations vary based on the type of aircraft you are on and the level of service you choose. Singapore Airlines offers business class flights on the A380, A350-900, 777-300ER, A380, 777-200ER, A330, 777-300, and 777-200.
Business Class Cabin Amenities:
New Business Class is available on the A380. New Business Class amenities include a handstitched leather seat that reclines into a very comfortable bed. When your seat is upright it has side support to make lounging more comfortable. The center seats feature a personal divider that you can raise and lower for privacy. When the divider is all of the way down it creates a double bed. The divider set at the mid-point is perfect for chatting with your neighbor.
The new business class offers multiple storage areas and plenty of leg room. Each seat has its own 18” touchscreen high definition monitor that is paired with noise-canceling headphones. Singapore Airlines offers more than 1,000 entertainment choices, so you have plenty of viewing options for your flight. New business class amenities make traveling more comfortable and very convenient. You will arrive at your destination relaxed, well-rested, and ready for work or play.
Added Space and Storage:
If you have work to finish, there is a small desk, a table, and a reading light that brightens and dims to your liking. The food and alcohol in new business class features gourmet meals and top-shelf alcohol. Singapore Airlines signature “Book the Cook” program allows travelers to order their meals and specify any dietary or nutritional restrictions. The world-class meals are personalized and served on fine porcelain from Narumi. Meals are paired with champagne and wines from vineyards around the world.
Slippers, eyeshades, blankets, and pillows are also provided. Your bed will be made up with high-quality sheets too. You can pamper yourself with toiletries from Penhaligon’s.
Standard Business Class is offered on the A350-900, 777-300ER, A-380, and the 777-200ER. Business class seats feature two seating positions- one for lounging and one for sitting. You can stretch your legs out on an ottoman as well. Business Class seats are made from diamond stitched, Scottish leather and measure 28 inches. The seat converts into a 78-inch bed that lays completely flat for sleeping and has a cushioned headboard. Business class seats and beds come with a complete set of linens, pillows, and blankets.
There is plenty of storage available in business class too. Singapore Airlines business class offers a side console where you can store your laptop. There are eXport, HDMI, USB, and a power supply located within the console as well so you can keep your electronic devices close by and charged up.
Food is supplied through Singapore Airlines signature “Book the Cook” program. You can reserve your meal 24-hours in advance and dine at your seat or in a dine-in restaurant available onboard your A350 and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
Entertainment in business class is impressive too with your own 18-inch HD enabled personal LCD screen. Selected flights feature internet connectivity so you can text, email, and message your friends, colleagues, and family during your flight.
Regional business class is available on the Airbus A350, Boeing 787-10, the Airbus A330, 777-300, and the 777-200. Regional business class provides an extra-wide seat that reclines into a fully flat bed with armrests that lower out of the way so you can sleep soundly. This cabin features added storage, lots of legroom, a charging panel for your electronic devices, and many different cabin configurations to choose from, including a 1-2-1seat configuration. Gourmet food is provided through the “Book the Cook” ordering system.
Personal entertainment is available on your own 15.4-inch LCD screen with noise-canceling headphones. Internet connectivity availability varies based on your aircraft destination and cabin configuration.
Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) is the hub for Singapore Airlines. The Singapore Airlines group includes SIA Engineering Company, multiple joint ventures including one with Boeing and one with Rolls-Royce, Singapore Airline Cargo, SilkAir, and Scoot.
Singapore Airlines flies to more than 100 destinations in over 30 countries. You can fly directly to Singapore from London on one of their four daily flights. You can also fly from Manchester five days a week directly to Singapore. Singapore Air flies to nine destinations in Australia like Adelaide, Brisbane, Cairns, Canberra, Darwin, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney. Fly to Cambodia via Singapore to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. Take a trip to Brunei via Singapore to Bander Seri Begawan, the capital and largest city of the Sultanate of Brunei. Trips to Indonesia via Singapore to thirteen destinations including Bali and Jakarta. Singapore Air also goes to destinations like Luang Prabang in Laos as well as their capital city of Vientiane. You can easily get from Singapore to four distinct destinations in Thailand including Chiang Mai, Koh Samui, Phuket, and Bangkok. Want to get to Singapore? Singapore Air has direct flights from Houston five days a week. Vietnam to Singapore via Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, and Hanoi. Australia flies to Singapore with direct flights from Auckland, Christchurch, and Wellington. Fly via Singapore to five destinations in Malaysia including exciting Kuala Lumpur and Penang.
For more information on business class cabin amenities and business class seats, check the Singapore Airlines website or consult with your travel agent. Business class cabin amenities and business class seats vary based on destination and aircraft.