Airplane Airbus A380-800 (388) v3 Singapore Airlines has 4 classes on board with total of 475 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|first||81||35||1 - 3||6|
|business||55||30||11 - 97||82|
|premium economy||38||19.5||31 - 37||44|
|economy||32||19||41 - 79||343|
This seat has two windows and great views ahead of the leading edge of the wing. Because of the curvature of the front of the plane, there are 6-7 inches of space between the edge of the headrest and the wall. There is a small space behind the seat between a crew storage locker and the wall to keep a bag convenient to you during your flight without being in the way. Part of the crew service area is to the left of this row but we did not find that to be a problem. Note, they keep the champagne chilled right there so that is nice.
I was incredibly impressed with my time on board the new Singapore Airlines A380 first class suite, and found the sheer space on offer absolutely mind-blowing and far beyond the offerings of other luxury Suite products I’ve tried, including Emirates first class. If Singapore is on your bucket list, the new suite is a stylish way to get there, and arguably, the pinnacle of luxury commercial airline travel. The new Singapore Airlines A380 first class suite offers unsurpassed luxury, an impressive hard product and outstanding service. I’m eager to fly the new suite again
I could NOT believe my travel agency had offered this first class suite for me on this flight from LHR-SIN. Especially after I heard someone flush the toilet, TWO rows north of my chosen seat, and the sound of electronica music in seat 1A. OMG! It was SO noisy, I couldn't finish the main course of a meal I ate midway! -Emily (age 14 11/12)
This seat is totally unsuitable for long-haul flights, as there is a lack of leg-room space due to two black metal boxes fitted to either side of the leg of 41J. Leg-room is restricted to about 50% offset to one side, and there is therefore no room for a small bag under the seat in front. Your site shows it as a "Standard Economy Seat", whereas I paid for this seat as a "Forward Zone Seat".
This seat is absolute hell as is any other in row 41. Flew 3 sectors SIN-SYD-SIN-LHR in this row, never again. Yes there's extra legroom (paid for) but the seats are right next to the galley entrances. Impossible to get any rest due to constant coming and going of cabin crew and passengers seeking refreshment throughout the flights. Seats 41 B and H next to aisle are the worst as when the galley curtain is drawn diagonally across the aisle anyone passing tends to move into the legroom space. Lost count of the times my feet were trodden on or kicked on all 3 flights. Cabin crew offered earplugs and eye masks for passengers in this row without being asked!
It's not a seat. It's a ROOM. There are only six, meaning that the 'yellow' designation is senseless. You WANT to have access to the extended bathroom facilities, they are effectively en suites to your room viz. there is no "parade to use". And if there was it wouldn't bother you because you have DOOR to your room that is closed. The traditional assessments used for 'seats' just don't apply. With a separate 7' bed and a motorized swivel chair in Poltrona Frau leather. Of course, the Suite is spectacular. It fundamentally changes the way you fly.
A lot of legroom, I could fully stretch out my legs. The person from behind the row can easily get by without bumping into you. The seat map is wrong though, there is no lavatory between rows 68 and 69/70, there actually is the galley. I found this seat very comfortable, flight attendants were great and they also kept the curtain to the kitchen always closed, so that no light came into the rear cabin (night flight). The row itself is missing a window, but I could easily have a view out of the 2 windows of row 71. I had a great flight with SQ and hope to be on board again soon :)