Airplane Airbus A350-900 (ULR) Singapore Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 161 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||60 - 78||28||10 - 29||67|
|premium economy||38||19.5||31 - 43||94|
Per Sam Chui's video of the inaugural flight (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jVv21yg4qw), Premium Economy seats row 40 and 41 seats C and H are awesome because they are solo seats with no neighbors, and you have a ton of space.
Seats 10A, 11D, 11F, 11K, 19A, 19D, 19F and 19K have two advantages that all other Business Class seats don't have: A wide bench in front in addition to the cubbyhole for one's legs when the bed is extended as well as a wider seat pitch. Proximity to the galley is *NEVER* an issue because unlike noisy crews in other airlines, SQ crew are trained to be very quiet (no loud conversations in the galley) *AND* there is a noise-deadening curtain they draw while in flight (being in seat 11K, I can attest that there is a huge difference between when the curtain is drawn and when it is not).
I was on the initial flight for the longest flight in the world. The seat is nice. Has a nice foot rest that comes out from under the seat and with it being a seat with the extra leg room, you can really stretch out. I do have two issues with this seat. The first is the power outlet. It is literally right by your knee. If you have any power plug that sticks out, it will jab right into your knee on the side. Quite possibly the worst location to place a power outlet. The second issue with this seat is it has NO storage. Nothing to the left or right or in front. So anything you take out like a book, headphones, etc will need to placed right in front of you. Overall a good seat to sit in for 19 hours. Enjoy