Airplane Boeing 777-300ER (77W) Four Class Singapore Airlines has 4 classes on board with total of 264 seats. Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
|business||55||28||11 - 23||48|
|premium economy||38||19.5||31 - 34||28|
|economy||32||19||41 - 62||184|
When the seat 31K is fully reclined there is not enough leg room for the passenger in 31K. I am 6ft 1 and had my knee crushed by the seat 31K being forecfully reclined. Don't pay for premium economy if you want extra leg room.
My walkthrough of seat 41J: https://youtu.be/IgBkbdZbZRs Seat 41J is an excellent seat! Is comfortable with great leg room and good view of the wing. Only downside, the direct overhead bin is not accessible. You will need to use the overhead bin of row 42 or center overhead bin of row 41.
It was a good flight with great inflight service. Staff very polite and overall service was brilliant.
Traveled for points so it was fun to experience first class with SQ but not the 5 star I thought it wiuld be. Seats were quite firm and therefore not the best bed when it was time to sleep. Small reatrooms compared to other first class configurations...
This is a bad seat. The description is correct but omits to point out that the seat is aligned with the corridor for the premium, business and first class cabins. There economy layout of 3-3-3 changes to a 2-4-2 in front of this row and consequently you end up sitting with your feet in the corridor in front. All trollies, staff, passengers have to make a zig-zag around your seat to squeeze from economy to premium economy. I would assert that there is less legroom in this seat (and 49H) than there is in a normal seat because of this.
This is honestly the best seat I've had on any plane, on any airline. The bulkhead means you get acres of leg room and the seats are so wide and well appointed that I got a solid 8 hrs of sleep on a 14 hour flight from SFO to Hong Kong. I actually prefer SQ's fold-out bed vs. a seat that reclines to a flat position, as the fold-out bed feels much more stable and comfortable. On reclining seats (Qantas, United) I can feel the seat joints digging into my hip or bending my back at an awkward angle. The SQ fold-out bed feels more like a firm bed than an airplane seat you can sleep in.
These rows are slighly better than the remaining business class rows since there is no seat in front and and therefore much more space for legs and the flatbed is also larger.
My seat was a premium economy seat. This seat was great and provided good comfort for a 186cm man. This 777 premium economy seat compared to SQ's A350 premium economy seat is chalk and cheese, the 777 seat is far superior. Will avoid flying on SQ's A350s.
Limited legroom and limited ability to recline which makes it even worse. Noise from toilets and traffic too and from toilets!! Such seats should not be sold - not fit for purpose.
Nice seat for the back of the plane. Refurbished and IFE working well.
I wish I've searched for reviews on this seat instead of relying on the seat map. Like what the others have reviewed, this seat should not be in green. I have joint problems with my right knee which was why I chose and paid extra for the seat, but my seat and leg was bumped by the trolley and the crew when they walk by. I don't blame the crew; it's not that easy to manoeuvre past that bend. There is no wall in front of the seat, and they didn't draw the curtains between premium and economy, which makes the seat position pretty awkward (you're basically facing the aisle of premium economy and business class).
This seat is very comfortable. It can be adjusted to many lounging positions and it flips over to form a fully flat bed.
you can fully recline without bothering anyone behind you.
Air conditioning is so bad I was hot and sweating the whole trip. I have never experienced that before on a Singapore flight. From row 42 forward air conditioning was good as it should be.Staff couldn't do anything as there is no air flow in that area of the plane.
I was originally seated in 52C and saw that both 49J and K were free. I moved to 49K and loved it. Lots of space, even though the door jutted into the leg area. Was able to sleep a few hours on the plane which I would not have been able to do in 52C. Loved the IFE, too.
This aircraft had clearly been refurbished. I have flow with this airline a few times before and in this type of aircraft. I was disappointed with this seat. I felt cramped with insufficient legroom. On previous flights I have felt comfortable. I can only assume that additional seats have been crammed into the aircraft, much to the detriment of Economy class passengers. As usual the service and the attitude of the cabin crew was outstanding.
Flew on this plane with Singapore Airlines 20th Feb 2018 to Singapore with my wife. Seats 31a and c. in Premium Economy .Was not impressed. Plenty of leg room but seats are very narrow virtually no room to move. Singapore Airlines in their adverts tell you wine/snacks / soft drinks as and when !!!! Doesn’t happen. Main meals are reasonable quality, entertainment good, service mediocre in comparison to Virgin Atlantic. I doubt if I will use them again.
SQ decided in August 2017 to upgrade the airplane in the CPG-SIN-CPH corridor, which was much needed. The changes are all positive. The best thing is that the ancient entertainment system has been upgraded to the "new" Kris-system. The seats in business class are more or less the same. Really wide, which is very nice. You can always discuss if the way to turn your seat into a flat bed, which is done "manually" by pulling a flap and then pulling the backrest down, is smart, but the flat bed is really wide and comfortable.
The seats in Premium economy were ok, reasonable leg room and extra recline. Entertainment meant we got noise cancelling headphones and great entertainment in a very good system. The food was straight economy and pretty poor.3 choices of a main, fish, lamb and chicken, but very basic economy fare followed up with a tiny foccaccia before landing.seats and entertainment are ok, but the food is no better than economy
Don't book this seat. The isle is at an angle so the cabin crew hit this seat everytime they try to negotiate the isle angle. This also decreases your leg room by half to allow them to move the cart. The worst seat for sleeping