Singapore Airlines to Make Long Regional Flights More Comfortable

All business-class passengers on board have direct aisle access from 26-inch seats that recline to fully flat beds.

Longer flights made more comfortable.

After taking delivery of the first Boeing 787-10s earlier this year, Singapore Airlines has fitted the brand-new aircraft with features that make regional flights of up to eight hours an absolute cinch.

All business-class passengers on board have direct aisle access from 26-inch seats that recline to fully flat beds, promising better sleep even on shorter journeys such as the 787-10s’ twice-daily services to Bangkok.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the June/July 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“New Cabin Products”).

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