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About Singapore Airlines
Escape with Singapore Airlines and let one of the world’s youngest fleets fly you to more than 60 cities in more than 30 countries across the globe, from Australia to Vietnam to Houston from Manchester. Connect seamlessly to more of Asia with its regional carrier SilkAir. The world is yours.
Since its beginnings in 1947, Singapore Airlines has always strived to be at the top of its game.
The history of Singapore Airlines tells a tale of reinvention and innovation that makes it the world’s most awarded airline. The story began back in 1947, when Malayan Airways Limited commenced the weekly Airspeed Consul twin-engine airliner flights from Singapore Kallang Airport to Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang.
At the height of the golden Jet Age in 1966 the airline was renamed Malaysia-Singapore Airlines and in 1968 the custom-made sarong kebaya uniforms by French couture-designer Pierre Balmain – became the calling card of the brand.
From 1972 the airline was known as Singapore Airlines and had launched its first transcontinental flights (the same year that the famous Singapore Girl came into existence). In 1977, British Airways and Singapore Airlines shared a Concorde for flights between London and Singapore International Airport. It delivered another first when it flew a commercial B747-400 aircraft across the Pacific in 1989 and once again when it broke its own world record for the longest non-stop commercial flight from Singapore to New York. Then, of course, there was the first commercial flight of an A380 in 2007.
The airline continues to revolutionise itself with the philosophy of offering the best service in the air and on the ground. It has unveiled new cabin classes, invested in its lounges and introduced new mobile offerings, making it a great way to fly.
Begin your next adventure to Asia, Australia and New Zealand in style with 5-Star Skytrax rated Singapore Airlines, the world’s most awarded airline. Recent accolades have included gongs for ‘Best Long-Haul Airline’ and ‘Most Recommended’ from the Guardian in 2016. Relax and enjoy the hospitality of our renowned cabin crew onboard one of the most modern, comfortable and spacious fleets in the skies.
There are four daily flights from London Heathrow to Singapore, or you can hop on the direct daily flight from Manchester. From 31st October 2016 Singapore Airlines will operate its inaugural transatlantic flight connecting Manchester with Houston. In addition, you can travel to Heathrow from more than 25 cities in the South-West, Wales and Midlands using Coach-Fly and Rail-Fly.
Why not break up the journey to Asia, Australia and New Zealand in vibrant Singapore. The Singapore Stopover Holiday includes exclusive discounts on hotels, return airport transfers and access to over 15 top attractions. You’ll also get a Changi Dollar Voucher (CDV) worth S$40 when you transit through Singapore to spend on whatever you want.
Singapore Airlines: cabin features
Suites and First Class
Depending on the time of year that you fly, if you’re flying at the front of the plane, you’ll either find yourself in Suites or First Class.
Suites, designed by French luxury yacht designer Jean-Jacques Coste, are individual cabins with its own sliding door and window blinds to give you all the privacy you want. If you get tired of the Dom Pérignon, Krug, caviar, fine wines and gourmet meals the crew will deploy your standalone full-sized bed. If you’re sitting in the central Suites, you can create the world’s first double bed in the sky.
Our Next Generation First Class was designed in collaboration with BMW Group Design-works USA. If you’re looking to get a good night’s rest you’ll certainly find it here with a lavish fine leather seat that converts into a 6.8 feet bed. Food and wine is on a par with the Suites’ offering; cabins feature just four seats, guaranteeing exclusivity.
The new Business Class is one of the widest Business Class seats in the world. Handcrafted from Scottish leather and diamond-stitched each seat unfolds into a full length bed – the largest sleeping surface in any Business Class.
Relax above the clouds and enjoy a glass of Tattinger champagne alongside a Book the Cook dish, rustled up the airline’s International Culinary Panel.
Premium Economy Class*
Purposefully designed for long-haul flights Singapore Airlines’ brand new Premium Economy seats are about 50cm wide and have 20cm of recline. Every passenger gets a noise-cancelling headset and the largest touchscreen LCD monitor in its class. Premium Economy passengers can enjoy specially selected champagne, plus the Premium Economy Book the Cook service. A 35kg baggage allowance is included, as well as priority check-in and board-ing.
*Premium Economy is progressively available on selected routes operated by A380 and B777 aircraft. Touchscreen capability is currently available on B777-300ERs only.
Singapore Airline’s Economy Class was recently awarded ‘Best Economy Class’ by Business Traveller. It’s one of the most luxurious of its kind. Make the most of sculptured seats with bolstered sides for better back support and 32-inch legroom as standard (preferred seats are also available with extra legroom). You’ll also have a personal entertainment centre: a 27cm touch screen with more than 1,000 hours of on demand films, TV shows, music and games. Finally, a 30kg baggage allowance and free meals and drinks, including a bar service – Sin-gapore Sling, perhaps?