Singapore Airlines has unveiled the upgraded cabins for all classes that it will deploy in its aircraft in the coming years, beginning from this September.
The highlights of the new first class cabin include a fixed-back shell design with curved side panels, 35-inch seat width, 82-inch bed length and 24-inch LCD screen In-flight entertainment (IFE) system.
The new business class features include 78-inch long full flat bed seat, 132 degree seat recline and IFE system with an 18-inch LCD screen.
The new economy class cabin features include new backrest seat cushions, ergonomic headrest cushions and 11.1-inch display IFE displays.
The new cabins and KrisWorld in-flight entertainment systems will be first installed on eight Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Select flights between Singapore and London will be the first to receive these aircraft.
The cabin features will then be progressively introduced on other routes on the airline’s Airbus A350 aircraft, currently on order.