Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) v1 Singapore Airlines has 4 classes on board with total of 443 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||81||35||1 - 4||12|
|business||55||30||11 - 27||60|
|premium economy||38||19.5||31 - 35||38|
|economy||32||19||41 - 83||333|
I had this seat during the long flight from Singapore to Frankfurt. The seat was okay, even for a taller than usual person. The Singapore Airlines crew that is usually very good an attentive wasn't as good this time. They seemed unmotivated and overworked, but so far, a bad crew with Singapore Airlines was a once off.
I had this seat on the long flight from Frankfurt to Singapore and couldn't have been happier. Due to the fact that my row only had three seats (instead of four in the other rows), there was plenty of room to my left. I am pretty tall but didn't want to pay for a seat with extra leg room. It was easy to just move my left armrest upwards and then stretch my legs in the empty area on my left without interfering with the person in the row that was also able to stretch his legs, due to the missing seat. There was also less disruption than in a row with four seats. I'd pick this seat again anytime! Apart from this, I just wanted to recommend Singapore Airlines altogether. As usual, the crew was fantastic, providing outstanding service, making me feel pretty comfortable.
This should be red. There is no wall behind the seat so it is esentially floating in the aisle. Directly next to the seat is the storage cabinet that attandants access no less than 20 times per flights and behind the floating seat is a bathroom. You will be hit regularly by passengers, carts and items being removed from storage bin. The attendants had to place bathroom behind me"Out of Order" to reduce passenger traffic near the seat. They did the same for 46C. Lines grew for remaining bathrooms. These seats should be removed from the plane. (Includes: 46C, 56C and 56H)
Although it is near lavatory, this seat as well as all seats of this row have leg space over the whole width of the seat - not as the other rows where you can putyour legs only in half of the width. The seats of row 27 offer an excellent comfort for sleeping and giving impression to be in a first class suite. Moreover you have more privacy as the separating wall in front of you is higher than to other rows in front.
Although it is near lavatory, this seat as well as all seats of this row have leg space over the whole width of the seat - not as the other rows where you can putyour legs only in half of the width. The seats of row 17 offer an excellent comfort for sleeping and giving impression to be in a first class suite.
The seat looks big, but is not convenient. There is only a tiny hole to put your feet, s you are not seat straight. Worst is when you want to sleep. The seat is folded and then the tiny hole from the guy behind is in your bed on the same side, which means your body is on the left and your feet on the right. You are not straight and this is not comfortable at all. All SG business have this configuration. They just look good.
The business-class seat is wide and comfortable .. until you want to sleep. You have to get up to fold down the seat back to form the bed. Then you need to fit your feet into the cubby hole off to the side, which is not comfortable at all. Service is excellent, food is just OK. Cathay's business class bed is more comfortable
PE in Singapore Airlines is in my opinion a very good choice. All you have to do is to use the excellent features like order your meal by "book the cook" in advance. Crew is taking very much care. Food comes with a extra white table cloth. If you pay an extra fee for a P seat like I've got, then you feel nearly like Business Class as your luggage is handled priority. By the way, hot towel is provided in all classes in Singapore Airlines.
This was my first experience of PE on Singapore Airlines. The seats are comfy and well-designed, with a single-leaf tray table that is easy to stow and deploy. The footrest on the seat combines with the legrest on the seat in front to make a very adequate leg support. However, the inflight service is basically Economy with a few added extras like hot towels, and does not compare to the level of service on Air NZ, for example. Will try to avoid Singapore PE in the future, as not really worth the extra.
Seat 14K was a great seat!
Being near the toilet is not a problem for me .Recline was normal and nice to not have to worry about pax behind.The foot rests are annoying and in the way. The seat was comfortable but it was very cold at the back. Needed two blankets to keep warm.
Seat 74A lacks the availability of the extra storage bin found on the upper deck of the A380
This seat was comfortable in terms of good legroom, and being on the aisle it was easy to get up to access the locker and restrooms. It was close to the galley and the stewardesses were lovely, inviting me to go to the galley anytime to get snacks or drinks. This was the first row in economy and near the front of the plane, so served early with meals and easy to get off quickly on arrival. It is against a bulkhead wall so my neighbour had to ask me to get up if she needed to go out. The restrooms weren't far away. I was seated with a couple that had a baby in the bassinet but it was not an issue. They managed their baby really well throughout the long night flight from Zurich to Singapore - it hardly cried at all. Across the aisle to my left was another couple with a baby and I noticed that their window seat passenger was blocked into his seat by the bassinet. He had to ask them both to get up if he needed out to use the restroom. I would not recommend seats 41 A or K for that reason.
The seat on row 65A have no windows.
One of the two window-side storage bins for this seat is unavailable
Sat in this seat for a recent flight to Singapore from LHR. Plenty of room on the top deck despite the 13hr flight. We were well looked after by the Singapore Airlines staff, service very prompt and efficient, magnificent aircraft by the way.
I flew from SIN to SYD on 18th May. I am 184cm tall and found this seat to be most satisfactory. This seat and those adjacent suffer from the nearby business class toilets when they are flushed - the noise is very audible. The service from Singapre attendants was great.
The seat is very comfortable and spacious. Good selection of food (use the "book a cook" previous the flight and you get a great meal. Beverage selection is good. After take off you get even a glass or two or three of champagne. Entertainment could be better. In particular I'm missing classic movies. Crew is very helpful and even good for a small talk.
The PE seat is good, but the is an issue with the galley curtain. On a long flight LHR - SIN (2 May) when you are trying to sleep. Your legs are constantly getting wacked with the curtain as the crew run in and out of the galley, very poor design, and could be fixed by simply possitioning it squarely with the bulkhead, instead of at 45 deg they are currently. The food wash less than apertising. Very poor for an airline which was once a leader.
This seat so nice cause have a nice big leg room but this sit view not really good cause the wing block the view