Singapore Airlines has unveiled its new Premium Economy Class seats and the in- flight offerings that customers will enjoy when the new cabin class enters service in August.
Singapore Airlines is to invest US$325 million to upgrade 19 Boeing 777-300ERs with the latest generation of cabin products, featuring new seats in all classes of travel and the world’s most advanced in-flight entertainment system.
Singapore Airlines will be returning to the Greek capital Athens on a temporary basis between June and October 2014 to meet expected demand during the peak summer travel season.
Singapore Airlines and Scandinavian Airlines are expanding their codeshare agreement to cover more destinations in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore Airlines has made an advance selection of Economy Class seats on SIA-operated flights available through all booking channels, a service that was previously only available to customers bookng via the Singapore Airlines website or Suites, First and Business Class passengers.
Singapore Airlines has returned to profit in the final quarter of 2009, raising hopes of a recovery in the travel and tourism sector.
Singapore Airlines is expecting to fly its one millionth A380 customer in February 2009, less than four months after it celebrated its first anniversary of commercial services. Singapore Airlines was the first airline in the world to fly the Airbus A380 super-jumbo, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, when it began commercial services between Singapore and Sydney in October 2007.
Unrivalled exclusivity and privacy await the privileged customers who fly Singapore Airlines’ newest cabin product, aboard the Airbus A380