|Top route||Singapore Changi to Sydney Kingsford Smith|
|Top airport||Singapore Changi|
Well, I didn’t like much. The staff didn’t have any beverages except for coffee and water and they never came by. The food just sucked. There was no entertainment at all.
Pros: Singapore Airlines has everything worked out for you before you land. That's a great help. The stewardesses were just phenomenal and endlessly polite. I will definitely use them again.
Cons: As much as I normally nitpick something, I literally have no criticism at all of Singapore Airlines. Everything they did was a step above everyone else.
Cons: I have encountered missing documents before departure in Singapore to KL. The check in crews very helpful, their knowledge to assist me boarding smoothly. My appreciation towards all crews who have helped me this morning ( SQ106) Big THANK YOU to you ALL.
Pros: It’s an old plane, so the seats are those older yet more comfortable type of seats!
Cons: Better service from the crews.
Pros: We had to come home 2 weeks early due to the virus, and Singapore airlines were brilliant at changing the flights. Even got upgraded to the extra leg room for free
Cons: The extra leg room seats were naff, I like getting comfy in a chair and these ones were not. The screen was too far away and the arm rests didn’t move. Also, due to my partner having to swap seats, I was sat on my own next to strangers. They slept the whole way, so the crew never disturbed them meaning I missed out on food and drinks, even when asked
Cons: Time to renew the aircraft 777-300
Pros: The whole Business experience on SQ
Cons: During the same trip I discovered 2 different arrangements of the Business Class cabin on Singapore Airlines A350, SQ469 CMB-SIN, and SQ036 SIN-LAX. On the SQ036, I occupied seat 15 A (mono, aisle-window): I did not understand the reasoning behind this layout: Seat facing straight the front of the aircraft, but not enough space to stretch the legs, and limited height for the footrest, feet getting hurled against a ceiling very quickly, and also footrest only on one side = one foot. The deep cavity, that is probably meant to house the lie-flat disposition, is at a 45° angle with the general direction of the seat. I am 77 and not in any way a contortionist. I decided that the best course of action was to remain seated for the duration of the 14:30 hours, flight without extending my legs. Maybe the crew could have explained how the passenger is supposed to fit into that weird design, but I did not ask, afraid that the demonstration might reawaken chronic shoulder and hip pain. I would be glad to read (not test) how this configuration is supposed to convey the sense of comfort expected from a Business Class ticket. It did nothing of the kind for me.
Pros: The whole business class experience
Cons: During the same trip I discovered 2 different arrangements of the Business Class cabin on Singapore Airlines A350, SQ469 CMB-SIN, and SQ036 SIN-LAX. On the SQ469, I occupied seat 12 A (mono, aisle-window): A lot of plastic curved walls etc. For larger persons, the result is not quit comfortable.
Pros: The crew was excellent.
Cons: The business seats at B777-300ER was very uncomfortable for a long distance trip with duration of 14,5 hours.
Cons: More food variety
Pros: Crews were great. Seats space could be better ... overall caring & attentiveness of crew members make a lot of difference.
Cons: Food! 40 years ago Singapore Airlines was second to none in my book! Now I feel like I was away somewhere and Singapore Airlines has changed dramatically....Must be a lot of moving pieces have changed that I was wondering again during my journey whether I was really flying Singapore Airlines...
Pros: Again seats space could be better. Crews were very attentive.
Cons: Other passengers reclining their seats could be a nuisance...
Pros: Crew very helpful. Seat was very good, food excellent.
Pros: Crew was excellent
Cons: Better seat cushions
Pros: Reliable service, clean cabin
Pros: Price is good
Cons: The food can be more improve
Pros: Clean cabin and good service
Cons: Not every body is doing extra miles to make customer happy
Pros: The service was outstanding! All of the flight attendants were amazing!
Pros: New aircraft
Cons: The willingness to provide a better quality service by the entire cabin crew and improved food quality.
Pros: Crew were very gracious and kind.
Cons: Food not as good as before
Cons: More storage space in business
Pros: Smooth boarding
Cons: If they could serve a light snack would be good
Pros: Crew very polite and friendly
Cons: Crew forgot to bring me things twice so I had to ask another crew member on both occasions.
Cons: Its sad to see that only the female flight attendants look after the restrooms, no male attendants were seen doing it on both flights. Disappointing in this day and age this still exists.
Pros: The crew was excellent, respectful and helpful.
Cons: Boarding by bus is poor
Cons: The aircraft was very cold and chilly.
Pros: Crews sympathy’s
Cons: Disembarking On economy plus we had to wait for all business passengers to leave and there were that needed wheelchair hence took a long time
Pros: Just ok
Cons: The crew and the service
Pros: Three of us were sitting separately. Airline is able to accommodate us so that we get to sit together in a section where there is extra leg room.
Renowned for first-class hospitality and service, Singapore Airlines holds a 5-star Skytrax rating. It has been awarded the Best Airline Cabin Crew on numerous occasions and has flight attendants who wear traditional colorful sarongs.
Departures are controlled through a primary hub in Singapore, with services available to more than 30 countries across the globe. It serves as a major transport link between Southeast Asia and the rest of the world, flying to Europe, North America and Africa. An expanded network of routes is offered through partnership with Star Alliance and subsidiaries Scoot, SilkAir and Vistara.
Wide-body aircrafts are chosen for the fleet, with a combination of Airbus and Boeing planes flown. Singapore Airlines was the launch carrier for both the Airbus A380 and Boeing 787-10 models, capable of carrying more than 330 passengers.
A broad range of fares are available on Singapore Airlines flights with Economy, Premium Economy, Business, First and Suite classes. Adjustable headrests and storage areas are provided in the basic Economy section, while Premium Economy has calf-rests built into the seats and more legroom. Upholstered leather and generous elbow space in Business Class makes working-on-the-go easy. Two Business Class seats on the A380 jets can be joined together to create a double bed for you and your partner to share.
The First Class section features sculpted headrests that form a cocoon, offering privacy and extra comfort. You can take luxurious travel to the next level by booking a Suite, which come equipped with a separate bed and private lavatory. A sliding door screens your personal cabin off from everyone else.