Written on 17th May 2018

Singapore Airlines’ Premium Economy offering more comfort for flights to Melbourne

Customers travelling to Melbourne can experience Singapore Airlines premium economy with four flights a day offering the premium cabin option. Operating a mix of Airbus A380, A350 and Boeing 777-300ER aircraft on the route, Singapore Airlines has seen strong demand for its premium economy product since introducing it on the route in early 2016. Singapore Airlines’ Area Manager for Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania, Patrick Biggerstaff said the product was a popular choice for customers travelling to and from Melbourne: “We’ve seen more and more people booking premium economy class for flights in and out of Melbourne. Now that we offer the cabin on four of our daily flights there is even more opportunity for customers to enjoy the comforts that premium economy offers while they seamlessly connect through Singapore’s Changi Airport.” The product provides customers with an increased level of comfort in a leather upholstered seat of up to 19.5 inches in width with an 8 inch recline. Located in a separate cabin in a 2-4- 2 layout, customers can relax into their flight with 38-inch seat pitch and a calf and foot rest to ensure maximum comfort. [gallery columns="2" size="medium" ids="23103,23102"] When it’s time to enjoy the latest blockbuster KrisWorld, the Airline’s in-flight entertainment system, offers more than 1,000 on demand options and customers can make the most of them on a 13.3-inch HD enabled touchscreen monitor with noise cancelling headphones. Singapore Airlines now operate a four-tiweekly services to the Victorian capital to 36, with 32 of the services operating directly to Singapore.mes- weekly service from Singapore to Wellington via Melbourne, with a two-class configuration Boeing 777-200 aircraft, bringing its total number of weekly services to the Victorian capital to 36, with 32 of the services operating directly to Singapore. Source: singaporeair.com