SIA Expands Premium Economy Services to Dubai

  • Singapore Airlines uses a Boeing 777-300ER to service its Singapore-Dubai route.

    Singapore Airlines uses a Boeing 777-300ER to service its Singapore-Dubai route.

  • The width of each Premium Economy seat ranges between 47 to 50 centimeters wide.

    The width of each Premium Economy seat ranges between 47 to 50 centimeters wide.

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Flyers keen on having a more comfortable flight experience when traveling from Singapore to Dubai can soon enjoy Singapore Airlines’ new premium economy seats, which the carrier will install on its B777-300ER servicing the route. Launching on January 12, the seats are designed between 18.5 and 19.5 inches wide, arranged in a 2-4-2 configuration. Passengers can enjoy an improved in-flight entertainment experience with an all-new 13.3-inch touch screen and a range of other benefits, such as priority check in, a 35-kilogram baggage allowance, as well as a special meals from the airline’s “book the cook” feature, complete with a choice of champagne and white or red wine.

For more information, visit Singapore Airlines.

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