Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) v2 Singapore Airlines has 4 classes on board with total of 379 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 - 96||86|
|premium economy||38||19.5||31 - 35||36|
|economy||32||19||41 - 66||245|
Great airline, staff are the best in the business, food is flawless and great lounges. Plane is however old, flew to SIN on the latest Lufthansa A350 which has excellent IFE and seat controls. Singapore A380 in contrast is on the verge of being phased out and replaced with newer A350. Positive is this is the largest business class seat in the market with 30 inch wide seats, the sleep quality is unrivalled. Direct aisle access for every seat is a huge plus, you will never have anyone need to ask you to move or ask anyone else. Staff are the best in the business and you will want for nothing. Negatives, the seat is old, controls slow and IFE years out of date albeit the KRIS channel content is excellent. This seat will make you want to use one of their newer planes but it is nothing to complain about either!
Very good Business quality, large bed and seat, comfortable pillows, little mirror, lots of different plugs for devices. Very good service, very good food. ????
We were unucky to score the old design seat on A380 . The seat was wide but lack of storage space and the cushion was thin so it was uncomfortable to sleep . The service was nice but rushed as it was a midnight flight . There was no offer of desert after the main course
Very close to the toilet, within hearing distance of the toilet flush. Also there is some kind of crew storage unit in front of seat - to left of toilet door. This was noisy due to crew getting their things out of the storage. Ok for day flight but avoid at night or if you want to sleep!
Great Seat, but would prefer one more row forward. During the sleep period, the crew was chatting it up in the galley and could hear them.
The airline should give every economy passenger at point of boarding a sticker to go on one's forehead stating: 'You are in Cattle Class' and dont't you forget it. This is what this flight felt like : cattle being transported! But of course there is probably an EU rule stating that it is illegal to transport cattle in such a cofined space /seat with hardly being able to move during a 14 hour flight. Even getting out of the seat one has to become a contortionist!
The seats 95A / 96K are slightly narrower than normal (due to the shape of the fuselage at the back of the plane), making the overall length of the bed a bit shorter, so not ideal for very tall people. This also applies to 96A / 96K
One the worst seats I have ever sat in, so close to the galley I was almost in it and had a noise of non stop noise with doors opening and shutting incessantly. There was more leg room than in the standard business hutch but the noise in no way compensated for that. For the huge price of the ticket it was a total waste of money - had a recently flight with BA in PE on an A380 and it was much more comfortable.
While it is seemingly a standard Business Class seat, the entire row contains the *ONLY* seats in Business Class with an entire bench to rest one's legs on instead of a mere cubbyhole like every other Business Class seat on the aircraft. The proximity to the lavatories and galley is insignificant because the crew are always quiet and few Business Class passengers venture so far aft to use the two lavatories back here when there are so many more available forward. Also, the transverse aisle between rows 95 and 96 is only one of two aboard which has air vents next to the doors which can be angled into the Business Class pods in row 95 and row 96, thus making up for the lack of individual air vents in the aircraft. I fly back and forth between JFK and SIN at least twice a year and sometimes up to four times a year in Business Class over the last six years so I know this model of aircraft intimately.
The extra legroom in Economy makes this well worth the extra expense. Was able to stretch out and sleep almost the whole flight.
Quite inconvenient having to sit at angle against the back of your seat if you if you want to stretch your legs on a 130 degrees seat incline.
This seat was the most comfortable seat in I have ever experienced in business class of any airline out there. It is definitely the widest seat and folds into a very comfortable bed. Since this was a red eye flight, I slept perfectly without any distraction/noise from the galley.
It was a very crowded flight and I sat at seat 95k. Quite good as the crew served me first:). Although it was crowded, it was a pleasent flight although I did not get the window to view outside.
This is the best seat because there is no loud noise back here and no other people sit here- the closest person was in 27K!! The reason is the long boarding time
Not very impressive to be new Premium Economy. Legrest not for fullgrown people and leaning angel not improved over Evonomy.