Travelers departing from Changi have the option of testing them out while en route to London or Sydney.
The U.K.’s flag carrier is launching new, improved premium cabins on board its flights to and from the Lion City. Retrofitted Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft will begin plying the London–Singapore–Sydney route, the longest across BA’s network, offering greater comfort for premium passengers. BA14, the first flight equipped with the new First Suites and Club Suites in business class will depart from Heathrow on October 30 at 9:35 p.m. and arrive in Singapore at 4:45 p.m. on October 31. It will then leave for Sydney and arrive on November 1 at 6:55 a.m. local time.
The newly designed Club Suite seats in Club World offer direct aisle access, a suite door, and luxurious flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. Boasting 40 percent more storage, it includes a vanity unit and mirror, Wi-Fi, an 18.5-inch inflight entertainment screen, and PC/USB power. Business-class flyers can also expect a plush new pillow and a warm quilt from The White Company, revamped amenity kits, and an enhanced dining experience.
British Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER aircraft also features the airline’s newest evolution of its First Suite. The cabin is made up of eight Suites with individual doors promising additional privacy for working, relaxing, or dining. As for inflight entertainment, more than 1,000 hours of films and TV can be watched on a 24-inch HD touchscreen, with a improved viewing experience thanks to noise cancelling headphones from Meridian. On board, customers can look forward to a curated menu championing British ingredients and contemporary flavors. First-class passengers are also handed out Alice Temperley pajamas and amenity kits featuring Elemis products.
The Club Suite was first introduced in 2019 on BA’s first A350 aircraft, and since then it has been installed aboard the airline’s Boeing 787-10s. British Airways will continue to retrofit the business- and first-class cabins across its Boeing 777 fleet in the months ahead.