[PHOTOS] Singapore Airlines' New A380 First-Class Suites Have Double Beds & Big Bathrooms
Singapore Airlines has taken comfort to a whole new level
After two years of the pandemic, the airline has recently started flying passengers daily on its new Airbus A380 between Singapore and New York via Frankfurt.
As the world's largest passenger airplane, this is one swanky flight you'll wish you could take everywhere for the rest of your life (if you can afford it, that is).
The double-decker plane features six spacious first-class suites, each one spanning 50sqft
The cabins come with a cosy bed, reclining leather chair, a 32-inch high-definition touchscreen TV, and luxurious bathrooms that are considerably big.
It looks so much like a hotel room, you just might forget that you're thousands of feet in the air!
Other luxe features include a sit-down vanity corner with a range of toiletries, such as a eau de toilette, body lotion, and facial mist, as well as a wardrobe with a set of luxe pyjamas and slippers.
A handheld tablet controls everything, from dimming the lights to selecting the best in-flight entertainment.
In addition, passengers will be able to enjoy complimentary Internet connectivity throughout the flight.
If you're travelling with a loved one, you can merge two suites, extending the space to 100sqft, and enjoy a plush double bed
The semi-private cabins come with sliding doors that separate you from the 'outside'.
It's luxury at its finest with meals served on fine linen and passengers are given a choice of Dom Pérignon or Krug Champagne.
Aside from the first-class suites, the plane comes with 78 lie-flat business class seats, 44 premium economy seats, and 343 economy seats.
CNN recently got a peek inside the airplane. You can read more about it here. Or check out the TikTok below:
To find out more about the suites, check out Singapore Airlines' website.
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