Enjoy a fully-flat bed in Business Class on board the Airbus A350
Skytrax ‘World’s Best Airline 2018’ award-winning Singapore Airlines operates its modern Airbus A350-900 Long Haul aircraft from Singapore to various European cities, including daily on the Amsterdam – Singapore route and four times per week from Düsseldorf (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays) to Singapore. In Singapore, these flights connect seamlessly to onward flights within Asia and to Australia and New Zealand.
Besides Premium Economy Class and Economy Class, this A350 offers a very comfortable Business Class featuring 42 seats which unfold easily into fully-flat beds. In addition, seats are forward-facing in a 1-2-1 configuration, offering all passengers direct access to the aisle.
For medium-range distances, the 5-star airline operates its new Boeing787-10, the longest variant of Boeing’s Dreamliner range, and its new Airbus A350-900 Medium Haul aircraft. Currently both aircraft already operate between Singapore and Adelaide, Brisbane, Bali, Osaka and Perth. Singapore Airlines has fitted both medium-haul aircraft with the new regional Business Class and Economy Class cabin products. In Business Class, all seats are arranged in a forward-facing 1-2-1 configuration, providing passengers direct aisle access. In addition, each seat unfolds easily into a fully-flat bed, which means that Business Class passengers travelling from Amsterdam or Düsseldorf to Adelaide, Brisbane, Bali, Osaka and Perth can enjoy a fully-flat bed during the entire journey.
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