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I have flown with Singapore Airlines many times and have reviewed their long haul Business Class flights. My trip reports can be found below.
Singapore Airlines has a prestigious reputation, offering great service, delicious food, excellent in-flight entertainment, and the always smiling Singapore air hostess. Singapore Airlines currently has 13 A350-900 aircraft in its fleet, with another 56 on order, including 7 ultra-long-haul A350-900ULR variants. The latter will be used on the Singapore Airlines routes from Singapore to Los Angeles and New York, which – when launched in 2018 – will be the longest flights in the world. The new SQ A350 experience (pictured above) lived up to expectations. The only thing lacking was an amenity kit, possibly a tail camera, and I could have done with a slightly more comfortable flat bed.
Singapore Airlines features in my top 10 list of the best airlines for longhaul Business Class.
If you travel in Business Class from Singapore Airport, it is likely that you will be invited to use the Silverkris Lounge at Changi airport which I review separately.
Below you will find my most recent flight reviews on Singapore Airlines in Business Class; you can draw your own conclusions.
In this trip report, I review my flight on Singapore Airlines Business Class Boeing 777-300ER, Beijing to Singapore. On a recent work trip, I found out that I had to get from Beijing to Singapore at the last minute. As… Read More.
In this trip report I review Business Class on a new Singapore Airlines (SQ) Airbus A350-900 from Düsseldorf Airport (DUS) in Germany to Changi International Airport (SIN) in April 2017. This was followed by a flight on Singapore Airlines A330… Read More.
In this trip report I review my flight on Singapore Airlines (SQ) A330 in Business Class from Singapore Changi International Airport to Ho Chi Minh City, which I flew in April 2017. Read More.
I am always keen to review Business Class seating on the latest planes and the new Singapore Airlines Airbus A350-900 is no exception. This new aircraft features a three-class configuration, with 42 seats in business, 24 in Premium Economy and… Read More.
For a comparison, you can read my Singapore Airlines First Class flight reviews.