SINGAPORE AIRLINES UNVEILS NEXT GENERATION OF CABIN PRODUCTS

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  1. SQuealer

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    Customers travelling on select flights between Singapore and London will be the first to experience the new cabin products from September, in First, Business and Economy classes.


    The new seats and KrisWorld in-flight entertainment system will be progressively rolled out to other routes as additional new aircraft enter service.
     

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    These products will be launched on the new deliveries of their B777-300ER. There is no change to galley and seat layouts/configurations as the existing fleet.
     
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    FCL1.jpg FCL2.jpg JCL.jpg
     
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    Now we wait for the A380 products (namely the Suites to be refreshed) :)
     
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    IMO it looks really good but I'm not sure the C cabin really needed something better. It's good they're trying to stay ahead of the competition though.
     
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    According to SQ, it's just a refresh of the current seats. Not literally new products per se.
     
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    I just wish they'd go back to the male and female amenity kits in first - but the unisex does solve the problem of running out (or not stocking) female kits. They don't seem to believe females really fly first class.
     
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