Airplane Boeing 777-200 (772) Singapore Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 266 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||60||24.5||11 - 19||38|
|economy||34||17.5||31 - 57||228|
I sat in 50J and noted that 50H, the aisle seat, had an entertainment box under the seat in front.
Good Seat, The Fuselage angle changes at this row and gives this window seat quiet a bit of extra legroom
there is an entertainment box under the seat in front, which restricts leg room for 33D.
This is a older aircraft with inferior angle flat business class seats. These seats are narrower than business class seats on -300ER and newer space bed seats on -200ER aircraft. In flat position the seat tilts at an angle (so you sleep inclined) and is not nearly as comfortable as other SIA business class products. Customers on SQ291/SQ292 aka "Capital Express" (connects Singapore to Canberra and Wellington) be warned that this aircraft is presently used on this sector.
I was originally meant to be on the refurbished 777-200ER, but the flight was changed last minute. Although Business Class is very nice, I'd recommend avoiding the bulkhead seat. You have less privacy, and less storage space.
This review is for the 777 SR refit plane. We flew Hong Kong to Singapore, approximately 3 hours 50 minutes. It is an older aircraft but the seating was reasonably comfortable. Seats 39E and G are in an okay spot, close to the toilets but not too close to be annoying. The entertainment unit did not work in 39G so I did not get the safety info. Luckily we didn't have to ditch into the South China Sea because I would have had no clue what to do! The cabin crew were stern and aloof and seemed particularly put out when I declined breakfast. Even after I explained that I did not feel very well, they seemed to take it as a person affront. Strange.