Singapore Airlines will be introducing new cabin products on some of its Boeing 777-200 aircraft from later this month.
A total of 11 B777-200s will be refitted with the Airline’s most recent cabin offerings, to provide additional space, comfort and greater product consistency across the fleet. The refitted B777-200s will be configured with 38 Business Class and 228 Economy Class seats.
Business Class will feature a genuine leather, incline lie-flat seat in a modern design. Also found on Singapore Airlines’ Airbus A330-300 aircraft, it boasts a personal partition and advanced control panel that enables the customer to personalise seating preferences or select from various preset options. A six-way adjustable headrest and lumbar support will provide maximum ergonomic support for a more comfortable rest.
The Economy Class cabin will be refurbished with a new contemporary look. Seat covers, designed by Givenchy, will feature soothing colours as well as richer and softer fabrics, similar to those found on Singapore Airlines’ new Airbus A380 and B777-300ER aircraft.
Enhancements will also be made to Singapore Airlines’ award-winning KrisWorld in-flight entertainment system, for better Audio-Video On Demand features in both cabin classes, such as a more intuitive and user-friendly graphical interface. Business Class seats will feature larger 15.4-inch screens, while screens in Economy Class will be increased to 9 inches later this year.