SQ A380 Business Class Seat Questions

Old Nov 2, 13, 1:29 pm
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Originally Posted by xmlsoa View Post
Is the BOM to SIN flight Business Class product lie flat or flat at angle or reclining?

BOM-SIN are not on A380 aircrafts.

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BOM has a mixture of aircrafts. You need to check which aircraft and when.

As long as you don't get the 772 Spacebeds, they're all flat horizontal.
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Old Nov 2, 13, 7:26 pm
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Originally Posted by Guy Betsy View Post
I see the Christmas decorations are out early this year !
Didn't you know - they're always ahead of the curve

They're photos from my flight last Christmas - is there a reason why the seats would have changed in the meantime?
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Old Nov 2, 13, 10:25 pm
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Originally Posted by Guy Betsy View Post
As long as you don't get the 772 Spacebeds, they're all flat horizontal.
There are no spacebeds on BOM-SIN, just the (new) regional (slightly) angled C seats. The 772 used on this route are the retrofitted regional versions.

If I remember it correctly, the latest Krisflyer Magazin issue counted 3 772ER old versions left in the fleet. Soon the spacebeds will be gone anyway.

Beside that the 77W is used with the lie-flat longhaul seat (SQ424/423). Occasionally the new long business class on 77W is used.
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Old Feb 16, 14, 9:52 am
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Off on a flight shortly, not much choice. Any recommendation between the sections where 26a and 94a are placed ??

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Old Mar 25, 14, 4:45 am
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I've booked 15A on the A380 that has economy up-the top,

So thats the last window seat in the first section of only a few rows.
Can anyone tell me what's behind the seat? Because on the maps it isn't a toilet or a food thing, what is there?

On the A380 that is all business class up-top, i've booked 12K.
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Old Mar 27, 14, 4:24 pm
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sfo hkg

Hi all

flying sfo hkg return in a few weeks and was comparing F to business and have a few Q's

is lounge access at SFO and HKG the same?
is this route the new config/seating
confirm its a direct flight with no stops

I'm looking at SQ web site and the business product looks awfully good! the fare difference to F is about *1.4......is it worth the difference?

thanks all
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Old Apr 17, 14, 9:23 pm
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Originally Posted by csidler View Post
I've booked 15A on the A380 that has economy up-the top,

So thats the last window seat in the first section of only a few rows.
Can anyone tell me what's behind the seat? Because on the maps it isn't a toilet or a food thing, what is there?

On the A380 that is all business class up-top, i've booked 12K.
Regarding 15A, it seems like part of the galley, in some of the pics - but I am not sure about this. I was also wondering if this seat would have some bit of noise, as it's quite a bit galley in there...
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Old Apr 17, 14, 11:01 pm
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Originally Posted by bluegreentravel View Post
Regarding 15A, it seems like part of the galley, in some of the pics - but I am not sure about this. I was also wondering if this seat would have some bit of noise, as it's quite a bit galley in there...

I have tried 15A on the A380 with upper deck Y, and was not bothered by any noise from the galley and lavatory.
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Old Apr 18, 14, 3:32 am
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Originally Posted by slacker View Post
I have tried 15A on the A380 with upper deck Y, and was not bothered by any noise from the galley and lavatory.
That's great then. Thanks! ^
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Old Apr 20, 14, 9:25 pm
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Anyone have any comments on the 777-300?

better to be in the front cabin of rows 11 and 12 rather than the main area?
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Old Apr 20, 14, 9:43 pm
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Originally Posted by csidler View Post
Anyone have any comments on the 777-300?

better to be in the front cabin of rows 11 and 12 rather than the main area?
It's my preferred cabin when traveling J in that type. It has a more exclusive feel than further back in the bus. From memory, row 12A does not have a window, so avoid that row if you like an outside perspective.

The only 'drawback' to that cabin is that it is immediately behind first. Therefore, you may get a glimpse of the larger serve of lobster, complete with the accompanying goblet of Krug, that you will be missing out in partaking!
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Old Apr 20, 14, 9:59 pm
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Originally Posted by OnTheCentreline View Post
It's my preferred cabin when traveling J in that type. It has a more exclusive feel than further back in the bus. From memory, row 12A does not have a window, so avoid that row if you like an outside perspective.

The only 'drawback' to that cabin is that it is immediately behind first. Therefore, you may get a glimpse of the larger serve of lobster, complete with the accompanying goblet of Krug, that you will be missing out in partaking!
Perhaps more of a chance to sneak forward an extra row into first!
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Old Apr 21, 14, 12:12 am
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Assume you mean the 777-300ER, not the 777-300. 12A does have one window, but the view is somewhat restricted. Also assume you were joking about creeping into F.
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Old May 18, 14, 10:27 am
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Apologies if this is off topic but an anyone whose flown both SQ qnd TG's A380 in business roughly give their opinion. I am guessing SQ is a step above on the soft product but what of the hard product? I hear SQ's seat is pretty hard... What are the pros and cons of both?

Looking at CDG-SIN or CDG-BKK
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Old Jun 5, 14, 4:29 pm
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People's thoughts on the A380 between something such as 14K (in the forward mini-cabin)

VS 18F (1st row middle in the main cabin).
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