Published on : Thursday, November 2, 2017
From December 18 onwards Singapore Airlines’ first class passengers will be able to travel in a mini-apartment.
The Singapore-Sydney route will have the carrier flying on the SQ2221 and SQ232. However, it will not be operative in London flights until later in 2018.
The first class concept has been designed to rival the one offered by Etihad, boasting a full-size bed in each of six cabins that will feature on the refitted Airbus A380s.
Two passengers in the adjacent cabins will be able to join beds together, there will be a removable wall in four of the six suites. There will be leather armchair, 32-inch TV and electronic roller blinds but the two bathrooms are shared between passengers.
In the couple of weeks Emirates will be launching its new first class product that will supposedly have private cabins.