British Airways (BA) is launching new, improved premium cabins on board its Singapore flights to London and Sydney.
The First cabin will feature the airlines’ latest product while the Club Suite will launch in Business.
The first flight with the new First and Club Suites will depart from London on October 30, arriving in Singapore the next day.
The newly-designed Club Suite seats in Club World will offer direct-aisle access, a suite door for privacy and flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. Other perks comprise 40 per cent more storage, a vanity unit and mirror, Wi-Fi, 18.5-inch inflight entertainment screens, high definition gate-to-gate programming and PC/USB power, new furnishings and amenity kits as well as an enhanced service and an improved dining experience.
The airline’s Boeing 777-300ER aircraft also includes BA’s newest evolution of its First suite. The First cabin is made up of eight suites that come with doors for more privacy. It also includes 24’’ high definition touch screen entertainment TV systems and noise-cancelling headphones. Also provided are pyjamas and amenity kits, as well as à la carte fine dining.
Customers in lounges can continue to order food using their mobile device directly to their table, an initiative introduced by the airline during the Covid-19 pandemic which it has decided to keep.
Calum Laming, chief customer officer, British Airways said: “Our new First and Club Suite seats have been created to suit the needs to our individual customers. We are delighted to introduce it on our London-Singapore-Sydney route which is our longest route across the network.”
BA will continue to roll out the Club Suite as its Boeing 777 fleet undergoes retrofitting.