Airplane Airbus A330-300 (333) Singapore Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 285 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||60||24.5||11 - 16||30|
|economy||32||19||31 - 63||255|
Was very surprised at the difference from flying with singapore airlines 6 years ago to now the friendliness was far less than last time the men were very straight never saw a smile and not a lot better from the ladies we were very shocked at the difference and we had to ask for the international card you fill out on plane as all the last rows did not get them the flight and food were great just you notice the difference in happiness and not happy on a plane several of us had had the same conversation
Having just flown in from Saigon on the same aircraft type & with the same airline I was confident that I was going to have a good flight. Wrong! The two flights were like chalk & cheese. By the time I got on board I was quite thirsty. I whispered to the attendant that when we got airborne could she bring me a drink of water ? She said she would & I waited patiently. We took off & I waited,&waited,&waited! Finally I went to the rear galley & found a steward who poured me a cup of water then another. This service was in direct contrast to my experience flying from Saigon to Singapore! On this flight they brought the standard hot towels but neglected to offer any sort of beverage at all after take off. The attendants supplied passengers with a small bag containing a toothbrush & pair of socks but no sleeping mask like in days of old. The lights were dimmed not long into the flight & I had the impression that the crew wanted us all to behave like the good cattle we are & settle down. I wrapped a blanket around my head to keep out the bright light of the exit sign a few rows in front of me & tried to sleep! I had difficulty getting the seat to recline as the button did not seem to release the mechanism but eventually with some leaning on the seat back I got it to recline. With about 2 hours left before we arrived in Perth the crew began serving 'breakfast' which was a choice of omelette or seafood with angel hair noodles! They began serving from the very rear of my section & so when they arrived at my seat my 'choice' was not a choice but an ultimatum. "Would sir like to try the seafood?" I had no option other than to accept or go hungry! I was not impressed & all of the good work that this airline does to place itself in the top 10 for service in the industry was destroyed in that moment for me. I had paid nearly $90AUD extra changing flights & selecting seats for my return from Vietnam & I now believe that I was treated quite badly by this crew. I will be taking these issues up with the airline at a later date. Meanwhile on the subject of this model of aircraft, seat 34A & 34K do not have windows next to them but this is not indicated on the Seat Maestro map.
I was booked on a later flight but the check in guy asked if I wanted to change to an earlier one. I asked how much? I thought he said $15 but it turned out to be $50! I had already paid $21 to select a seat on my later flight so this was a pretty expensive seat in my opinion. The 2_4_2 layout is why I picked Singapore Airlines for my journey.Normally I would try to avoid getting stuck in the middle of the row of 4 seats but I requested an aisle seat before accepting the change to earlier flight. The seat had good legroom & fortunately the 2 other seats were empty which might have been a bonus had it been a night flight. Service was speedy with the hot towels being dispensed whilst we were all seated before take off. Meals & drinks came around as soon as the aircraft reached cruising altitude & I complimented the attendant on her efficiency which she accepted gracefully. This was only a 2 hour flight so they managed to feed all of the passengers within this time. This was the first time that I had flown with Singapore as I usually used Malaysian Airlines but that airline began using 737's on my usual route & when I realised Singapore Airlines used A330-300's I chose to them for the whole sequence of journeys
Very pleasant flight the staff where very helpful at all times. The food was great and you get plenty of it. The flight attendants bring around hand towels twice during our trip which was a nice touch and very pleasant. The air conditioner was at a great temperature but if you needed you where supplied with blankets and pillow. Well done to all staff would fly with Singapore airline every time if I could. Our seats where at the back of plane but had no complaints at all.
We booked row 63 but got shoved up here after requesting assistance at the airport for my husband. Constantly bashed and disturbed by the trolley, also a long way back to the toilets and frequently the aisle was obstructed by the trolley. No screaming babies on this leg but see my comment on this position for return flight. A miserable place to sit.
Better than economy airlines. Five hours in the air, no problems. normally knees on back of seat in front. It's not business class, just good cattle class. The airline can not be held responsible for the quality of fellow passengers, you've all been there. Bottom l;ine....would recommend Singapore to anyone(and have)
This seat may has more aisle space by having 3 seats than 4 seats in a row. However, as a result of that, the tray and TV is not aligned and put you in awkward position to eat and on-flight entertainment.
Inadequate legroom for a man my size even made more unbearable when the seat in front was reclined.
Pretty old business class seat now. I'm 6'0" (180cm) tall, my feet don't fit if the seat is fully reclined - so if you're tall, don't get this plane for a night flight. Food really average.
The TV screen is misaligned. It is not directly in front of passenger. Misaligned towards the left. Very uncomfortable.
The entertainment screen in the seat in front is offset from the seat meaning your head is turned whilst watching the screen.
This is an exit row seat with a few issues, firstly as there is no seat in front the magazine rack is on the wall and protrudes into your face, the seat is narrow - I am not large, due to the curvature of the plane there is limited head space; I knew the seat was near the toilet when I booked but it was rarely cleaned and by the end of the flight it was smelly; also the food was very poor - I was served last despite paying extra for the seat and couldn't eat what I was offered, cabin staff were also very slow.
This might be the best seat in Business Class. You don't hear the lavatory, you still have meals available when presented, and the seat is overall amazing. If you're flying on SIA's A330, take this seat as fast as possible.
allways fly Singapore have flown with them many times . We find there service first class
Unfortunately Singapore Airlines are still using the older style A330 business seats, so they are not flatbed. Row 11 does give more space for tall people like myself and my husband. Business class on this flight really cannot be compared with the likes of Emirates, Qantas or even Singapore Airlines on the A380's - think it's about time the A380's flew out of Brisbane! Service etc all good.
Singapore Airlines is the best I've flown with, your service is second to none. Fare prices and value are very good, and your staff were excellent as usual. Keep up the great service.
Flew SQ252 Sydney-Singapore in Business Class seat 16F. Outstanding service as expected from Singapore. Because the aircraft was an A330 that meant Singapore's regional 2-2-2 angled flat Business class. It was a day flight so the Angled Flat bit didn't matter much to me. I will say when you are reclined "flat", there isn't much wiggle room in the footwell even for a small shoe size person like me. All in all pretty good!
This was an absolute treat from Singapore to Brisbane 7hr flight. This row is lucky enough to have access to not one but TWO windows. You also get a great view of the engine and wing from the window closest to you. But also unobstructed view of the scenery from the other window. For anyone who enjoys looking out the window on flights, this is the seat for you!
even though these seats are categorized as bad, they are actually pretty good, for night flights anyway. Flew Brisbane - Singapore and back multiple times and usually overnight and it means, 1.) more people are asleep so not many use the toilets and if they do, its rarely the back ones and most of the time, the very back is fairly empty so on the odd chance (or good chance on a little less popular route) there is a greater chance of being able to lay back across multiple seats.
The position of these seats in the aircraft is good. They are conveniently halfway between the rear and forward toilets. The actual seats themselves were excruciatingly uncomfortable - like some sort of torture device. I will take a pressure-relief cushion with me when I fly on this aircraft again.