While a good number of Singapore Airlines A380s offer the airline’s new long-haul Business Class cabin (which I experienced on my flight between London Heathrow and Singapore), a number of the airline’s 777 aircraft which operate to Australia still have the older-style Business Class cabin.
For a cost of 105,000 KrisFlyer Miles per person (transferred in from my Amex Membership Rewards and Citi ThankYou accounts) and approximately $290 in taxes, fees and surcharges per person, I booked a one-way Business Class award between London and Sydney for Joanna and I…..and the new Singapore Airlines A380 Business Class Cabin was our home for the first leg of that journey.
Singapore Airlines has used its 'World Gourmet Forum' to announce a series of improvements that it will be making to its onboard food and beverage options as well as improvements to the food and beverage services open to flyers.
Singapore Airlines has today confirmed that SilkAir, its regional carrier, will be upgrading the Business Class cabin on its 737 aircraft with true lie-flat seats from Thompson Aero. From May 2020 Singapore Airlines will be fitting the Thompson Aero Vantage seats to its 737 MAX 8 aircraft as well as to its 737-800 fleet.
As it did in 2018, for summer 2019 Singapore Airlines will be replacing one of the two 777s which it currently operates between Singapore and London with an A380 and the A380 that it will be employing comes with the older-style suites.
Singapore Airlines has joined in the seasonal fun and is promoting a Black Friday sale for departures from various US cities. Interestingly, considering I consider Singapore Airlines to be the better carrier, these deals appear to be better than the Cathay Pacific Black Friday deals I wrote about yesterday.
Singapore Airlines is offering a very good fare (by Singapore Airlines standards) for travel between Stockholm and Singapore in its Airbus A350 Business Class cabin. With Singapore Airlines Business Class flights earning 200% credit with Alaska Mileage Plan, 150% credit with Miles & More and 125% credit with Virgin Atlantic this could be a great fare to use to boost one of your accounts.
We've known for a while that Singapore Airlines plans on using its new A350-900 ultra long-range aircraft to fly non-stop between Singapore and Los Angeles but, up until now, there hasn't been any news from the airline. That changed today with the latest announcement out of Singapore.
Ever since Airbus first said that it would build an A350 Ultra Long Range aircraft Singapore Airlines has said that it would like to go back to offering a non-stop service between Singapore and New York (it last flew this route in 2013) and now, finally, it has done just that.
Singapore Airlines has just taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner and the airline has now revealed the cabins passengers can expect to find onboard. The 787-10 aircraft are configured with 337 seats across two classes (no First Class or Premium economy on this aircraft) and will operate on Singapore Airlines flights of up to 8 hours.