Singapore's new Business Class will be tough to beat.

Singapore’s new Business Class will be tough to beat.

I have been lucky enough to fly quite a few different Business Class products on a variety of airlines over the years.  Often, those airlines will directly ask me what I thought about their product and question which was my favorite.  Each and every time, I find a few nice things to say about their product, but ultimately then have to admit that Singapore Airlines’ Business Class product on the Airbus A380 has been my favorite.  None of the airlines have been insulted – at least I don’t think – because Singapore really does have a top-notch product.

When I learned that Singapore was updating their already impressive product, I was intrigued.  Recently I was invited, along with Bernie Leighton (a Managing Correspondent for the site, who also holds elite status on all the airline alliances) to check out their first Boeing 777-300ER to feature Singapore’s new interior.  Our tour took place at the Boeing Everett Delivery Center just hours before the plane was delivered to Singapore Airlines and took off, and I wanted to share both of our thoughts.

We also want to be able to share a bit more than thoughts and photos.  You have the chance to WIN A SINGAPORE AIRLINES BOEING 777-300ER MODEL.  Keep on reading to find out how…

The new First Class seat turned into a bed.

The new First Class, seat 2A, turned into a bed

After getting a run down of the new product by Singapore and a tour of the Boeing Everett Delivery Center, we watched as the new 777 was pulled up to one of the gates and we boarded with huge smiles on our faces. It never gets old being one of the first people to board a brand-new airplane with that “new plane smell.”

Unfortunately, the In-Flight Entertainment (IFE) system was not up and running. It takes a couple of hours to get loaded and the plane just changed hands from Boeing to Singapore right before we boarded. Even without the fully-functioning IFE, we were still quite impressed.


The First Class cabin is intimate, with only eight seats set in two rows of a 1-2-1 configuration.  The seat and cabin feel luxurious, with enough privacy to be exclusive. The seat size is impressive with 35″ of width and a length of 82″ when made into a bed.  There are not any overhead bins, which really gives the section a feeling of grandeur. There are plenty of nooks and bins to store all your belongings in the seat or in one of the First Class cabinets up front.

As with the other aspects of this product, the IFE screen is huge at 24″ and offers a touch-screen remote, HDMI/USB ports, and improved noise-cancelling headphones.

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Although the hard-product in First Class is impressive, passengers who pay the premium are also getting a higher level of service including a dedicated team of three flight attendants, better food, improved drinks, and amenities.

The new First Class seat for Singapore.

The new First Class seat for Singapore

Bernie’s First Class Thoughts: I really appreciated the changes they made to the seat control panels for the First Class seats.  The old ones were a bit hard to access from certain angles.  The headphone rest is also an improvement. I am also a fan of the additional padding on the seats that appears to be always deployed.  I may have bashed myself a few times on the old seats.

The new Business Class seat is welcoming and comfy.

The new Business Class seat is welcoming and comfy.


The new Business Class seat stays big and in a 1-2-1 layout, just like first class.  Although the space between the armrests remains at a staggering 35″ (almost three feet), the actual seat cushion has been reduced by about 2″ due to passenger feedback about the seat being too wide – yes: too wide.  Having previously flown the older business class product, I can attest that it was insanely wide with passengers easily sliding back and forth.

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Replacing the extra cushion, the seat offers additional working and living space while providing more privacy over the previous model.  It is just one of those products that welcomes passengers to take a seat and enjoy the ride – you’ll almost be upset when it is over.

When converted to a bed, it gives an ample 78″ of length. Although the seat can reach 132 degrees of recline while in seat mode, it requires a “turn-down service” to be changed to a fully-flat bed.  It takes an extra minute or so to convert the bed (the flight attendants will do it for you), but it proves to be worth the effort, especially with the additional comfy mattress pad.

The IFE screen is not as big as First Class, but still a very respectable 18″ wide, with similar features such as the touch screen remote and HDMI/USB ports.

Before heading back to Economy, I decided to try my patented (okay, not really) “Laptop Test.”  This is simply seeing if I can eat, work on my laptop, and watch a movie without having the screen blocked by my laptop.  Not too many products can accomplish the challenge, but this seat passed with flying colors and I had room to spare.

The new Business Class cabin.

The new Business Class cabin

Bernie’s Business Class Thoughts: Singapore’s two Product Innovation Specialists explained how their color ‘story’ came from high-end luxury cars and restaurants.  Having done that style of dining in Singapore, I can attest that a lot of the colors are in fact very bold.  The color story for the section is definitely right on the nose, especially when combined with the lighting.  The product is very modern, but not in a way that will fall out of style quickly.  It is really, really, well done.

My complaint about their old product was that it felt like I was sitting in a huge chair with no walls.  They’ve managed to make the seat feel more private on both counts.  I won’t have to worry about sloshing side to side any more in turbulence. It is one of the few Business seats out there I would actually pay for (the others being Cathay Pacific and American Airlines, if you were wondering).

The new economy cabin.

The new economy cabin


Finally we get to the back of the plane with the new Economy Class – and it felt big.  Typically, when going into an economy section of any plane (filled or not) I start to feel a bit claustrophobic, like the walls (and elbows) are closing in on me.  I stood at the entrance of the section and stared for a minute or two trying to figure out what was different (besides the colors and seat fabric) that helped me feel a bit more at ease.

The biggest reason is that Singapore Airlines is still configuring their 777s in a 3-3-3 layout, whereas a vast majority of airlines have gone to 10-abreast.  Singapore also gives economy passengers 32″ seat pitch, which is more than tolerable, even for those who might be a bit taller.

The airline successfully makes use of new lighting to give the feel of additional space. The cabin also provides overhead bins that store up into the top of the airframe, which truly gives the cabin more space.

A close up of the new Singapore seat.

A close-up of the new Singapore economy seat

Bernie’s Economy Class Thoughts: Economy feels like they are trying to mimic Economy+ on many other airlines, which is a good thing.  The IFE screen is huge (11.1″) and is bigger than other airlines’ Business Class screens.

The things like the padding and contour changes do make it feel a lot more spacious than most economy classes, and the footrest is a great use of space that doesn’t conflict with under-seat storage.  Each tray table has a clever mirror, but I’m not sure how long they will stay unscratched.

Ready to board! Checking out the new interior on this Singapore Airlines 777-300ER at the Boeing Everett Delivery Center.

Ready to board!  Checking out the new interior on this Singapore Airlines 777-300ER at the Boeing Everett Delivery Center.


This is one impressive product, and it should be.  The airline has put about $150 million just into the interiors of their eight new 777s. Although the airline has not officially announced if the rest of their long-term fleet will get the new product, I would expect that sooner or later it will be updated – which will not be an easy nor quick task. But the airline understands the need to provide a consistent product to customers. Yes, their previous cabins were impressive (and still are), but soon passengers will be demanding these new seats on more than a few aircraft.

If you want to check out the new interior yourself, you can now.  The airline’s first 777 with this product started flying between Singapore and London on flights SQ318 & SQ319 late last week.  Singapore will continue to take delivery of the remaining 777-300ERs and add them to additional high-volume routes.

Once again, it seems that Singapore is setting the standard for interiors and they know that to stay in the lead, they cannot rest on their laurels.  Other airlines should be paying attention and I am sure that they are.

The model won't be the real thing, but it will be pretty darn cool.

The model won’t be the real thing, but it will be pretty darn cool.


Not everyone will be able to enjoy the new Singapore Boeing 777 interior, but you DO have a chance to win your very own Singapore Airlines 777-300ER model. Singapore Airlines is kind enough to share the model with some of the biggest AvGeeks (aka you).

The contest is easy. In the comments, just put where you would like to fly the new Singapore product.

Could be London, San Francisco, Tokyo or heck, even Delaware (we love you Delaware). You can only enter once and must provide your email address in the comment form (it will not be public and only use to notify the winners). Any cheating and you are disqualified.

You have until Saturday, October 5th at 5pm PDT to add your comment and at that time I will run a random number generator three times and determine the winners. First names and last initials for the winners will be posted here after the contest. Good luck!

UPDATE: The contest is now over and the three random winners were: Leo S from The Netherlands, Robin E from Salt Lake City and Christian K from Los Angeles. Thanks everyone for competing!


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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF & FOUNDER - SEATTLE, WA. David has written, consulted, and presented on multiple topics relating to airlines and travel since 2008. He has been quoted and written for a number of news organizations, including BBC, CNN, NBC News, Bloomberg, and others. He is passionate about sharing the complexities, the benefits, and the fun stuff of the airline business. Email me:
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Bryan Bader

I would fly Singapore to, well, Singapore.

I would like to fly to Munich!

Jason Metzger

Ideal destination: Rome!

I would fly from Singapore to London!

Ray LeGall

I would like to fly to Singapore from Los Angeles.

No question…. send me to Shanghai!

Oh I would love to fly from New York to Singapore!

Nonstop to Ushuaia!

Jeff Mueller

Singapore to Paris, all the way baby!

Love to fly Singapore to Sydney.

I’d like to try it on LAX-ICN-SIN.

Never been to Singapore so I would love to fly to Singapore!

Seeing as it’d be one of the longest routes in the world and making the most use of the space and service, NYC – Singapore.

I have always wanted to go to Singapore, so since LAX is the closest major international airport to me I would go LAX-SIN-LAX.

I would love to see Singapore, with a few days in Tokyo in one direction.

VVO – Vladivostok!

Take me to Hong Kong SQ!

I would fly Singapore to Rome via London.

Joe Diamond

Bora Bora, here I come on a Singapore Airlines 777

Singapore and Hong Kong!

Singapore of course with an extra stop over in HKG as a bonus

Mike Butorac

Buenos Aires!

Darren Spicknell

Everyone loves London!!

I would fly Bangalore to Singapore.

Steven Lau

I like SQ to fly to San Jose, California.

I’d love to visit Singapore, and if I were up front, the longer the flight the better.

I would love to fly from LAX to Johannesburg via Singapore.


I’d love for them to bring back the SIN-TPE-LAX route with this bird.

Todd M Peterson

Anywhere SIA flies to. I think with these seats, the best part of the trip would be the flight.

Kachun Louie


Love Singapore Airlines… 😀

LAX to Singapore – plenty of time to enjoy!

LAX to Singapore

I would love to fly the Singapore to Newark flight (longest flight)!

Michael C

I would fly Singapore to Paris and back, with a stopover in Singapore (especially if I got put in First or business)

I would fly to Sydney

i would fly to melbourne

Take me from Warsaw direct to Singapore 🙂

I would fly Singapore to London!

I’d fly SQ from SFO-SIN. Make it happen 🙂

I would love to fly to Munich!

I would love to fly Singapore -> Paris.

Kim Martinson

LAX to Singapore and hopefully in first class.

I would like to fly to Los Angeles from Singapore!

SFO to SIN which I have done several times on SQ’s 747s until they switched to the 777-300ER, and then on to CMB. I have a choice of several airlines for the route, and always go on SQ because of the effort they put into the seats especially being 9 across.

Is it open to Singaporeans? would love to fly the product to Houston!

Calvin Serrano

Ahh Singapore Airlines. Its my dream to go around the world with this airline. Sad that you could only give me one destination David! But my destination would be my hometown Manila. I miss the Philippines and my culture!

Scott Pepler

Auckland to SINGAPORE

Timothy Radaha

I would love the SFO – SIN route on this new aircraft!

Sean Gill

I would fly SFO to Hong Kong!

Roberto Maehira

Would love to see Singapore (SIN) to Montreal (YUL)

Praveen Kumar

Chennai to Singapore and back to Chennai!


Fly here to Melbourne!!


would love to have a trip to Tokyo

sfo to london on singapore

Raj Khanna

SFO-SIN for me!

Sunny Chaplin

Brisbane to Singapore please!

vlad florea

Should fly SIN(Singapore) to OTP(Bucharest)

i’d love to fly from ZRH to SIN


Singapore-London, Heathrow on 9V-SWU

Jim Spesock

DEN to LHR would make me happy !!!

syarafuddin bin sulaiman

fly from KUL – SIN – LHR

Kash Mahmood

Would love to see Singapore to Manchester

Carlos Campos

Paris to Singapore would be epic!

Florentino Reyes

Range of 7825 nautical miles? I would take the longest flight possible out of NYC: HKG!


CDG to SIN for me !
(actually, any flight would do…)

William Jonathan

Fly from Singapore(SIN) to Frankfurt(FRA)


Would love to Singapore(SIN) to Victoria(YYJ)!
by way of Tokyo(HND)

My normal route is DFW to the beautiful ICT…so I guess the model will have to do…

Gary Lambert

I may have to go to SIN next year, so I would like to fly DFW-SIN.

Nathan S


Joshua Carrasco

I would fly from IAH to ZRH!

Keith Lavon

I think the 777 could do BOS-BKK with only me on board! Off to visit my brother!

Rene Perez

SIN-MIA would be fun tastic

Mr. Polford


Lim Zhen Yang


Kecaj Ikswokawon

Boston to Beijing

Would love Singapore Airlines to fly from Guam to Singapore!

I want to head to Singapore, since I’ve never been there

I would like to fly from SFO to Singapore via Hong Kong because I have never been to Asia.

Would love to fly the it on Singapore (SIN) to Vancouver (YVR).

Jeremy Little

IAD-SIN. First class, please!! 🙂

Juan Duarte

You should come to Bogota, the door of Latin America!


São Paulo, must be

John Gabriel

Would love to fly Guam to Singapore and back!

Blaine Nickeson

Even though I’m not eligible to win the model, I’d love to fly the Houston-Moscow flight!

Would love to fly from singapore to SFO

Klemens Iten

Come to Switzerland:P SIN-ZRH!

ANYWHERE! In all seriousness though I’d hop on any flight heading toward Singapore in a second!

New Zealand

Tony Coles

London – Singapore – London would make a great trip.

Anywhere Singapore Airlines fly, but I have a passion for New Zealand

Stephen Cox

SIN, of course.

Nicholas Ow

Fly me to LONDON town! (:

rod gill

Manchester to Singapore 🙂

Mark Ellis

Johannesburg to San Francisco please! 🙂

Roy Henkemans

Would love to fly from Amsterdam to Singapore! =)

would love to go for a trip to Tokyo

Jim Frederick

BOS – SIN would be sweeeet.

Yash Patel

Would like to see the SQ B77W on the Singapore – Newark {SIN-EWR} sector, replacing the A346 on the worlds longest route.

I would love to go to Bucharest (OTP)

Definitely from Singapore to London Heathrow!


Would love to fly to NY on it!

Lance Mitchell

Jnb-Sin-Akl(Auckland),Been dying to try Singapore Airlines.

IAD – lets go!

SEA – SIN! 🙂

YVR/CYVR close as possible to the home of the 777!

Corey White

I would love to fly anywhere on a Singapore 777. London would be at the top of my list.

Would love to go to Rome…But the highlight of it would be to fly on the 777 or A380 itself.

Shashank Bekal

Would love to fly this on Houston(IAH)-Moscow(DME)- Singapore(SIN)-Bangalore(BLR) and return. Not the shortest route to reach home but who cares when you are flying on one of the best products and earn a lot of Star Alliance Miles!

It would be great to fly from SIA to LHR…

Leo Schelvis

I would like to go to New York.

Would love to fly to Washington, DC on it!

Brian T


I would travel JFK-SIN nonstop! And yes I realize this is beyond the range of a 777-300ER, but I can dream, can’t I?

Paul Howard

Direct from SFO to Singapore would be great….

Bruce Crawford

I’d be happy to fly the Singapore 777-300ER to London, Paris, almost anywhere.

Jorge J

Flying make you younger!Specially from Singapore to San Francisco 🙂


I’d love to fly SFO to Singapore and then on to London!!

Doug Pellom

SFO to SIN would be my choice. What a nice thing to ponder!

Aaron Davis

Singapore of course!

Carla Vinueza

Would like to San Francisco-Singapore and another to London!



Chicago (ORD)

Fred Christiansen

Houston -> Singapore.

Brian D.

To Singapore!

John Randolph


David K Snell

Singapore! 🙂

Of course to Sinapore from Seattle.

I would love to fly to IST!

Really from anywhere to anywhere. Woops, Singapore to whereever

London to Singapore.

Uri Hadelsberg

Tel Aviv sounds really cool!


PWM (Portland, Maine, USA) to MEL (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia) Non-stop

Jose L. Henriquez

I would love to fly to Tokyo.

I’d love to fly to Venice!!

YVR! Would love to see SQ be able to reinstate this destination, and with a new product to boot.

I’d fly to Bucharest (OTP)!!!

SEA to SIN, Rock on

Alberto Pernett

Can I get a hop from Bogotá (BOG) to Singapore (SIN)? Just… asking.

I would like to fly from IAH to SIN

Cecil Martin

Would love to go to London or Melborne

glenn moores

I would love to fly from SFO to SIN.

Alex N.

I would love to fly this from NYC to Singapore (with a stop anywhere. Haha)

Scott Z

I think undoubtedly, Honolulu, Hawaii (HNL).

Edward Gronenthal

SEA to New Zealand!

Robin E



SEA to Australia

chris Wehmeyer

Lets go for Kansas City downtown airport…land it there and never be able to get it out again…part of my new collection;)

I would love to fly on this new SQ 777-300ER from my home city of Auckland, New Zealand to Singapore, vice versa, or even better, return!

JFK to SIN would be nice.

Would definitely love to pair this up with the new AA 77W to London and then SQ from London to Singapore!

I’d love to fly to Tokyo

SQ B777-300ER from LAX to SIN. Hoping to get a couple of extra flying legs to really experience the new equipment. Because traveling isn’t about the destination, its about the journey.

Ian Howard

Singapore – where else?

I would love to fly the new B777-300 from JFK to SIN

I would love to fly their new 773 FRA to SIN!

I’d love to fly this new product on a long leg — like EWR to SIN. Even better would be direct service from my home airport at PHL to SIN — providing the first access to Asia from Philadelphia. The new cabin looks amazing…can’t wait to try it.

Definitively to Paris! 🙂

Federico Bossi

We have a daily flight from my workplace MXP to SIN, so from there I’d really enjoy to continue to Australia.
Especially in that awesome First Class!


I would fly it to Edinburgh, Scotland. No question about it.

Anoop Nandakumar

Would like to see the new SIA 77W fly to Auckland.

Rich Northcut

I’d love to fly Chicago to London on this beauty!

Wellington NZ to Oshkosh just in time for air venture 2014 and of course camp bacon coolest place on the planet for Avgeeks

Mike Bitner

I would love to fly to Tokyo

It would be awesome to fly this one from TPA to SIN!

Steve Furst

LAX – Singapore

Robin Sanders

Would live to fly DFW to Toyko! What a great memorable experience to add to my long travel bucket list! Great job Singapore! A+

Jamie Freeman

Love to take a ride to Sydney!

Ethan Li


Bob Gore

to MEL (Australia)

AKL-SIN-FRA-JFK! I wonder how long it’ll take them to retrofit the entire fleet.

Would be cool to have a Seattle-Singapore route!

Anthony Tubbs

Melbourne-Singapore-London in First 🙂

Josh Stromberg

Singapore to Seattle! I would love that route especially with this product.

I would loooove to fly this new 777 from Singapore to Berlim, aka the coolest city on earth.

Rick Huffer

I would love to fly the new plane to CDG!

Aiden W

Would love to fly it to one of my favorite places on earth: Hawaii.

Michael S

I would love to fly on this plane to London!

I’d Love to fly it from MCI straight into SIN

Bill MacRae

Would love to fly the new Boeing 777-300 from Perth to London (via Singapore, of course)!


Would love to see SEA-SIN


LAS to SIN, pun intended.

Andy Hodges

RIC>SIN….. In my dreams!

Seattle to Bora Bora!!!!

Nitish Rastogi

SIN to PIT even though that route will never exist

Don Angara


Lax to Sin

alan kwong

I do not think I can afford a ticket but a model airplane would add fantasy!

I would fly to Japan.

Tyler Smith

I would love to fly it to San Jose even though I live there I would let all the spotters have a field day!

Andrew Young


I think they should restore the Newark to Singapore flight with a plane like this

Tokyo !

I would love to be on this plane in business class from Singapore to Adelaide or vice versa.

Jonathan Harville

I would fly MCO to Dubai, UAE.

Marcus Lee

I would love to fly on the new B777-300ER to CDG from SIN non-stop… Only then, I can sleep peacefully without having to worry about transferring flights…

Michael Duvic

Edinburgh! (From Austin)

I would love to fly the new B777-300er from Chicago to Singapore (and back)

justin dye

London to singapore, please, its been awhile since I visited the butterfly gardens at the airport

Nathan Skinner

I would definitely like to go back to Bali with a stop at Universal Singapore !! 🙂


Jawad Khandoker

I would love to fly from Toronto to Dhaka on Singapore Airlines. Being from Dhaka, and having so much family in Dhaka, every time I go back is amazing and wonderful! Everybody is happy to see each other, and there is never a dull moment. I would love to voyage back, and love to make that voyage aboard Singapore Airlines! 🙂

Stephen Bull

Singapore to Sydney, would mean I am on a very nice vacation

michael hudson

singapore to vancouver!

Vivek Kaul

I would have loved to fly on this plane into the Kai Tak….amazing approach fenjoyed in an amazing hard product..but i would fly to SIN-BCN-GRU on this plane.

Singapore to Sydney. I would love to go to Australia!

I would love to go to New Zealand in the lovey Singapore 777. 🙂

Christopher Vaska

I would love to fly with Singapore Airlines to, if you can believe, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) in a Singapore B-777. I’m just a young kid, who collects model planes, (I have 2), and I LOVE airlines, which often gets me bullied and made fun of. This would make it all worth the torment of the other kids, and I could finally feel like I’m acually noticed, and for once, with people that understand how cool airlines are. But anyways, I would love to fly to DFW because it’s one of my favorite airports, (Never been there before), and I’ve made friends with some of the airlines based out there. The Dallas-Fortworth area has a rich airline culture (In the airport area) where I could spend weeks and weeks just looking in amazement. If I won this model plane, I would finnaly feel happy, and as I know from my other two models, I spend hours just looking at them. In Conclusion, I would love a model and it would mean the world over to me.

To Christopher Vaska, I hope you get the model airplane you want. If you don’t you must remember you still have something those bullying dweebs don’t: a passion for airplanes. Do you know there are a lot of very successful people out there who were bullied in their childhood just like you? It isn’t right, but just hang in there and keep focus on your own standard of excellence. Bullies (in the form of children and “grown-ups”) are just trying to project their own pain on the rest of the world. You don’t need to accept it. Good luck with getting the model plane. As for the rest of your life, you will go as far as your heart and determination take you. Best wishes.

LAX-TPE would be nice, but only because that 773 will never make a transpacific flight out of SAN with a viable payload.

Kevin B

I would love to fly Phoenix to Hong Kong via Singapore

Cameron P


Derek Pugh

I would love the opportunity to fly SQ to Bangkok, Thailand from Los Angeles (connecting through Singapore of course!) with my wife for a “second honeymoon”. Honestly, I’d love to fly them anywhere! #AvGeek

Houston to Moscow for the Olympics, of course!

Mario Mateus

YYZ-SIN-BNE Would make my flights between my two homes much more enjoyable. I sometimes fly BNE-LHE-YYZ so some parts are with Singapore air (even though it’s the wrong way across the planet!!)

Tom Kluge


AMS-SIN-BOB (Bora-Bora) or AMS-SIN-PPT (Papeete) or AMS-SIN-RAR (Rarotonga) or AMS-SIN-AIT (Aitutaki). I am not picky. Any of these will do. One way only please!

Heathrow to Singapore one way after the day I have had 🙂

Chong Zi Rui

Singapore to Cape Town!! awesome destination requires an awesome upgrade!

James Burke


I would fly Singapore to Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, and Taipei.

Anton M

Vienna – Singapore would be nice again!

New Delhi VIDP- London LHR

Bruce Damasio

It would be terrific to fly that Singapore 777 300-ER from Washington Dulles to Singapore.
Since the shutdown of the government, I have the time to do it now!
( Well, if the route existed but one can dream!)

I would love to fly Singapore Airlines 777-300ER from Minneapolis to Singapore.

Robert Checkoway

Amsterdam -> Sydney please!

I would love to fly Singapore Airlines 777-300ER from Minneapolis to London.

Gurkan G

SQ does not fly their 777-300ER’s here to Istanbul, only 777-200ER’s come here. But I would love to try this new product, so I would definitely go to London just to get on LHR-SIN.

Robert Donnelly

Most favorite place to fly? Anywhere. Anytime. In ANY equipment.

My biggest regret is never seeking my PPL because of my abject terror of not being able to pass the Stalls & Spins section of the Canadian licence requirements. That, and the endless hours it would have entailled cleaning out a barf-filled cockpit.

Having said that, the absolute top of my “Bucket List” would be sitting in the middle/jump cockpit seat on any airline’s TATL or TPAC routes…

Ben Wilson

I would fly from New Zealand (NZAA) to Male (VRMM) in the Maldives… Or vice versa!

Peter L


TJ Johnson

New York – Singapore Wesbound

Alan Joyce, CEO of Qantas, please have a look at Singapore Airlines New Economy Class. You need to raise your standard of ‘customer care’.

SFO to TPE as an alternative to EVA Air and China Airlines!

let’s go Singapore to Chengdu, China. Home of the Pandas. that model would fit great alongside my collection here in my office !

Meron Persey




I would love to fly to New Zealand!!! (MUC-SIN-AKL)


From Rome to sydney via Singapore and then Sydney-Singapore-Los Angeles. After that I think I could go home.

Allen Cheng


I’d love to fly in anywhere! I’ll settle for a nice long vacation SEA-HKG-SIN-SYD-PPT-HNL-SEA. That 777 model sure would look nice on my desk. 😉

I’d fly to Tokyo!

Adam Spearman

I would like to fly to Seattle, I love the weather and would love to see the Boeing facility.

Would love to take a flight to Tokyo on one of these beauties.

Anthony Polichetti


joe klaw

San Francisco!!!

a nice and loooong trip… IAH-SIN

Michael Restivo

I would love to fly SFO-HKG-SIN!!!!!

Fred L.

IAD –> SEA –> TPE on a SQ 777-300ER – sign me up!

Henry B.

SFO may not get Suites, but the new 777 product would be a nice compromise!

Scott R



David R.

London to Singapore would be awesome!


I’d like for the new SQ 773 to fly me to Melbourne

Thomas Gibson

It would be an unbelievable dream to fly on Sinapore Airlines new 777-300ER anywhere I could. How about a one off flight from my beautiful PDX to Singapore via as many stops I can get!

Robert Moore

Another Auckland to Singapore flight, and return, en-roue to Heathrow in the A380 Airbus would be fantastic.

Melvin A.

Houston IAH to Moscow, then Moscow to Singapore and return. I have flown several times on this route with Singapore Airlines’ current 777 fleet and would love to fly in one of these new 777-300ER.


Singapore – LosAngeles – Singapore

Singapore to Barcelona


Fly me, Non-Stop to Los Angeles, the land of dreams and movie stars! Hollywood, here I come…Yay!

I would like to fly LHR-SIN-LHR.

Dong Jiaxi

Wow, would definitely live Singapore Taipei =)

Jonathan salibra

Plovdiv, Bulgaria! (PDV-SIN)

Chase Meyer

Singapore -> Denver -> Lambert Saint Louis International!

Chris Gregg

Would love to fly to Hong Kong with this!

Those are some beautiful seats!
And p.s…I would like small 777 of my own please 🙂

Daniel T Jones

LAX-NRT-SIN. Need to get to Japan and Singapore and why wouldn’t I take the best airline in the world.

Jeff Weber

I’d like to fly to Moscow.

Frank Lester


Chris Owens

From JFK-FRA-SIN-MLE (Maldives)…that would be nice!


SIN – LHR and back would be nice.

Chris Chmura

Great photos. Thanks.

My “premium cabin” dream is SQ to MLE & back, please!
And I’ll take the long route: IAH-DME-SIN-MLE-SIN-DME-IAH.
That’s bucket list worthy!

Blaine Nickeson

I like this route!

I’d fly LHR-SIN, Singapore’s a great city for visit for a couple of days, and an even better launch pad for SE Asia and beyond.

Definitely wouldn’t mind SQ bringing their classy product to YYZ and starting up YYZ-SIN

Ninoy Aquino International Airport via SIN!

Definitely SIN-CLT, but not even EWR could work… 😛



frank dylla

I’d fly it to anywhere in Australia.

SIN to LAS with window seat night landing

Jonas H

THAT sounds really good! Maybe with a flyover of the Grand Canyon in the last dips of daylight? 🙂

nicholas tan

Sin-Incheon-san Francisco

Makes me want to head back to SIN even more!!

Adam Juriga

I’d like to fly it to TPA, be nice to see a international widebody there!

SF to London



Manolito Te

LAX-SIN-JFK-MCI-LAX – yes MCI as in Kansas City!!!!!

Vincent Ng

SIN-NRT-LAX!!! ✈👍✈👍✈👍✈

Kosuke Terada

To Hawaii

Longest commercial flight (even though it is going away): Newark-Singapore


Kenneth Low

I would love to fly the SIA 777-300ER from PAE-SIN some day!

Jonas H

STR-SIN-HNL sounds about right…

My dream route with Singapoere Airlines would be LHR-SIN-MEL-SIN-CDG

Ernest Lai


Toby B.

SIN-MUC of course



SIN-AMS-CUR would be nice 😉

AKL – SIN – SEA – to come and say gidday… 🙂


Paolo Cerutti

I’d love if Singapore would open a TRN-SIN flight and that would be my favorite! Although it’ll be great to fly on any route!!

Simon Cremer

Singapore – Frankfurt – New York

I’d take London, in fact United could just have Singapore operate their SFO-LHR flights for them, then everyone would be happy! 🙂

Other than that, I guess it’ll be SFO-HKG.

Houston to Moscow!


Graeme Hughes

Singapore (SIN) – Liverpool (LPL) – New York! 🙂 Come To The Home Of The Beatles!


Singapore to Hong Kong to New York!

A flight from Singapore Changi International Airport (SIN) via Hong Kong’s Chek Lap Kok Airport (HKG) then onwards to Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) would expand the airline’s network. This could potentially link Singapore Airline’s currently isolated Canadian market to the growing hubs of Asia and beyond.

PDX-HKG! We’ve had a few ex-Singapore 777s come through KPDX to complete the pre-scrap sales, so why not a brand new 77W?

How about Singapore – Anchorage – Istanbul over the north pole. That should be interesting.

Cape Town – Singapore – Taipei and back!

Stewart Kelly

Just flown LHR-FRA on BA A380 business and this looks acres better. I’d love to fly the short MAN-MUC sector of the MAN-SIN flight to see how SIA compares to BA on a short sector!

Norman Yazid

Singapore-Buenos Aires over the South Pole

Xing Chen


cato chua

Singapore to tasmania, horbart! Open up new routes!

William Widby


EWR-SIN. Still remember doing this flight the other way around couple of years back and truly enjoyed the 18+hrs flight. SQ obviously want to keep their leadership in the market. Truly a one of the best airline to fly with the new cabins looks fantastic!

Julius Mok


Nicholas Barbosa Nunes


I’d love to win this. Ive got an empty shelf that needs something awesome on it




What about a Barcelona to Bogotá flight, complementing its current Barcelona service (SIN-BCN-BOG)?

Kris Ziel

IAH-DME-SIN-SYD. the more miles the merrier

Frankfurt Singapore Narita

Micah lillard


James Kelly

LAX-DPS (Bali) to see which offers more serenity…the island or the aircraft

I would keep it simple and just head to Singapore since I’ve never been.


Can’t be there often enough 🙂


I would love to go anywhere that Singapore Airlines flies, just because I love to travel; but if I had to pick a place I would love to go to London.

Brandon Roop


Michael Mohr

I would love to go anywhere that Singapore Airlines flies, just because I love to travel; but if I had to pick a place I would love to go to London.

Ryan Kurtz

Raleigh-Durham Intl – Stockholm, Sweden


Bob DeMichiel

New York > Singapore > Hong Kong

Fra – NYC

Brian Guerra

Singapore to Denver!!

Benjamin Foltz

Miami to Buenos Aires!

Bogdan A.


Dave Bell

YYC – Singapore.

Great jumping off point for many places I want to see.

Nick Thestorf

I love traveling and flying, I have never been on an 777 and really would love to go from FRAnkfurt to SINgapore! 🙂

Sin-Tpe. That will be my choice.

William D.


Pat Bell


Kyle Schachtel


Edwin F.


Matthew James

Singapore Changi ( WSSS ) to Frankfurt Germany ( EDDF )

ryan smith


JNB-SIN. Saw one taking off there, think I’d like that.

Chris F

Philadelphia to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

Nicholas Barbosa

I tried thwo times and ir didnt worked!!


Ahmed Al Hassani

SIN-EWR. Might as well make it a long flight!

Tyler Smith

OAK to FRA.. Would love to visit family in Germany

Jeff Ridder


Hannes Keyser

SIN-KEF as you may have already seen on Airline reporter’s FB page…..I really should read instructions more carefully.

Andrew Vane

Put me down for Hawaii. SIN to HNL

Peter Wang

LAX-NRT. I would gladly switch from Upton this *A carrier with those seats!

Peter Lombard

EWR-SIN or LAX-SIN, would love to fly those before they’re gone.

Joye McIntosh

LAX-SIN-SYD-SIN-HKG-LHR-LAX. Hoave to go around the world at least once!

Eric Yung




I would fly them anywhere but more specifically, would love to fly them from EWR to SIN before it goes away.

a bordei


C schrader



Nicholas Short

Frankfurt Main – Singapore – Tokyo!

Robert Gustafson


Mitch Getson

I would love to fly LAX-SYD

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