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Singapore Airlines First Class Suite

Singapore Airlines First Class A380 Suite

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Above the video is concerning the official suites of the Singapore Airlines, watch & I hope you love the way the video is given to you. :-P

Below is the Singapore Airlines A380 First Class Suite (Bedroom Picture), obviously it is a view of bedroom in the first class suite.

Singapore Airlines A380 First Class Suite

Singapore Airlines a380 Suite cupboards

Above the photo showing is the cupboards and other new items are provided such as chair, mirror, etc.

Singapore Airlines (Singapore Airlines Ltd., Referred to as “SIA”) will be from July 9, 2009 onwards the world’s largest passenger plane – Airbus A380

to fly from Singapore to Hong Kong route.

Singapore Airlines A380 will be the giant Hong Kong’s fifth international destination and the second Asian destinations. Singapore Airlines in October 2007 opening of the inaugural A380 Sydney, then added to London, Tokyo and Paris A380 flights.

A380 to fly daily flights to Hong Kong route will replace an existing B777-300ER daily flights. Singapore Airlines flights in Hong Kong opening 471 of the A380 aircraft from Singapore to Hong Kong, marking the capacity will increase by 10%.

Market and Singapore Airlines executive vice president of marketing, said Huang Ching-jung: “A380 opening of the Hong Kong flights that Singapore and Hong Kong Fengyun our ‘Pearl of the Orient’ between the business and leisure travel needs with confidence. Hong Kong is a vibrant commercial center also attract a large number of visitors shopping, dining and entertainment paradise. ”

After the opening of A380 flights, flight SQ862 from Singapore to Hong Kong will be called SQ856. Will be 9:45 SQ856 from Singapore Changi Airport, and at 13:30 arriving in Hong Kong. SQ861 16:00 return flight will leave Hong Kong International Airport at 19:40 and arrive in Singapore.

Singapore Airlines Singapore flights currently operated a daily direct flight between Hong Kong and a group of Hong Kong direct flights daily from San Francisco.

Singapore Airlines A380 passenger flight to Hong Kong will experience unparalleled luxury of high quality air travel.

Singapore Airlines A380 aircraft is equipped with luxury suites are unique to Singapore Airlines. Close the sliding doors, shutters can be adjusted one way or another, each suite passengers can be in the world of their own private space to enjoy the ultimate in air. Singapore Airlines Suites are equipped with world-renowned Poltrona Frau full regulation of high-grade corporate decorative leather seats, and a full-size bed. Entertainment, passengers can be installed on the wall in each suite luxury high-resolution 23-inch LCD screen to enjoy high definition images.

Singapore Airlines A380 also has the world’s only business class, the seat width of 86 cm (34 inches), is the world’s one of the most spacious seat, and each have direct access to the aisle seat. Brought down by a simple seat and the seat can turn into a large bed.

The new Singapore Airlines Economy Class seat for the majority of passengers unprecedented comfort and vast space. Ergonomic design of chairs, can provide ample space for knee and leg. Another seat also has a variety of intelligent features, such as non intrusive reading light, and adjustable height with side and back cushion leather seats.

Through the Singapore Airlines award-winning inflight entertainment system, KrisWorld, three cabin-class passengers can enjoy all the latest movies, TV shows and music CD to bring joy to experience. Meal time, Singapore Airlines with Givenchy tableware exclusively designed for your well-served by the World Gourmet cuisine created on various machines. These chefs, including from Australia, Matt Moran, from China’s Zhu Jun and Chris Leung from Singapore.

Currently, Singapore Airlines has eight A380 aircraft in operation and has identified 11 additional orders, intentions Order 6.

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