Airplane Boeing 777-200ER (772) v1 Singapore Airlines has 2 classes on board with total of 271 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||76||30||11 - 18||26|
|economy||32||19||31 - 59||245|
Bad seat. Limited legroom: the space under the front seat is 50% occupied by an immovable metallic box, resulting unconfortable even for the use of the footrest. The backrest was impossible to recline, but this may just the case of this one single aircraft.
The seat provides a lot of leg room as there is no seat in the front, this though implies that the personal screen and table must be extracted from the left armrest. The proximity to the lavatories allows to choose the perfect time to use them avoiding the queue of the most jammed moments.
Ohhh, what a terrible seat for around +600 SEK extra, priority seat. Extra legroom. Ok, but you can not store anything and the entertainment system i sooo bad. The sound and screen is terrible. If you have a belly be aware that you cant ajust the dining table, so it will very close. I compare this company to something like Pakistan Internationa....
Paid additional fee for that seat as a priority seat. Ok for legroom but close to toilet and the extremely bad screen and sound system the travel was a real nightmare. I do not recall SA as a goog carrier anymore.
Ohhh, the seat was weardown in a very old aircraft. The Kris World is ok but the screen have a very low resolution and seems very old. The sound system is really just shit. Service just above acceptable. Food taste shit. Dirty toilettes. Overall you pay to much for a travel with Singapore Airlines..
50C is a great seat if you're tall (I'm 6'2"/189cm). People sitting to your left can move out to the aisle without you having to get out of your seat. Proximity to the lavatories is bothersome though, especially after the meals when people line up. Really old planes by the way. The entertainment system must be 20 years old and there are no power outlets anywhere in Economy class.
Under the seat in front if you there is a box that limits space. Very inconvenient on an 8 hour red eye flight
The plane used on the CPH-SIN-CPH route are non-refurbished 777. Seat adjustment is poor and the business cabin is worn. Entertainment system is 15-20 years old (lack of movie etc selection) and the screens are of poor quality. Way behind Qatar and Emirates on service and quality.
Great service but oh so cramped. Entertainment system had to be rebooted. Singapore Airlines must use new aircrafts on this route..
Flew this config CHC-SIN. Business class seat allows for a comfortable sleep (I am 6'1"/185cm tall) albiet on a diagonal, and bed is a little lumpy. Plenty of storage around seat. Privacy is good. If travelling with a partner, centre seats allow for maximum interaction.
Together with the Airbus A330-300 this is the plane I have flown in the most with SIA. This refitted version has the entertainment system boxes located under all C, D, and H seats. Hence my choice of a G seat on the aisle. The legroom in those seats is tighter. Not ideal for someone who has big feet or is tall. The seats are also not as comfortable as those on the newer A330-300s. The addition of a spare blanket or cushion may help to soften the hardness of the seats, that's if you can score any. The monitor is also small at 9 inches and the controller sits in the armrest in an awkward position. Occasionally I will watch a foreign movie, but generally I’m not too fussed about the entertainment system as I try to rest on these flights. The service though is much better. The FAs on SIA are some of the best you’ll find on long-haul flights. They are prompt, efficient and courteous. And they do this under duress. The Economy cabin has the galley in the tail, a long way away from those sitting over the wings. So it is a long walk up the aisles with the trolley. The aim on any long-haul flight in one of these refitted B777-200s is to score two or three seats together to get some good rest. Like I did a couple of times on return flights from FCO to SIN. If you don’t, you’ll get used to the single seat like I have.
There is a metal box on the floor under the seat (perhaps a control unit for the inflight entertainment) which restricts leg room to half the normal width for all row D seats in economy class.
I flew Singapore to Amsterdam last year on this plane in Business Class having seat 12A which was against the wall. My agent had suggested it saying it gave more privacy. This was true. The service was excellent however after looking forward very much to being able to lie flat, I found that the head end was nkt so flat and my body had to lie diagonally with feet only just fitting into the little box area. I'm only 167cms (5'6") so no giant. Don't know how taller people go with it. I'm aboutto return to Singapore from Paris on an A380, same class, same seats so it will be interesting the see the difference.
This seat is very uncomfortable in an upright position as you cannot recline or alter the headrest, it is a hard surface and you feel you are in a tunnel when in flat position. I am suffering a stiff and painful neck following our long flight from Milan to Sydney, particularly from the second leg Singapore to Sydney, I would not fly on this aircraft again unless it is improved.