British Airways launches new, improved premium cabins on board its Singapore flights to London and Sydney. The First cabin will feature the airlines latest product and the Club Suite will launch in Business.
The first flight – BA15, with the new First and Club Suites will depart from London Heathrow on 30 October at 21:35 LT and arrive in Singapore at 16:45 LT on 31 October, it will then leave for Sydney and arrive on 01 November at 06:55 LT.
The newly designed Club Suite seats in Club World offer direct-aisle access, a suite door for greater privacy and luxurious flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. Boasting 40 per cent more storage, including a vanity unit and mirror, WiFi, enviable 18.5-inch inflight entertainment screens, high definition gate-to-gate programming and PC / USB power, luxurious new furnishings including a plush new pillow and a warm quilt from The White Company, new amenity kits and an enhanced service and an improved dining experience.
British Airways Boeing 777-300ER
British Airways’ Boeing 777-300ER aircraft also includes a luxurious First cabin, featuring the airline’s newest evolution of its First suite. The cabin is made up of eight elegant and spacious suites that include a door providing additional privacy to work, relax or dine. The suites also house 24’’ high definition touch screen entertainment TV systems, packed with more than 1,000 hours of films or television with state-of-the-art noise cancelling headphones from Meridian.
On board, you will be able to enjoy fine dining with a carefully crafted a la carte menu, championing the best of British. You are also provided with luxurious Alice Temperley pyjamas and amenity kits featuring Elemis products.
The airline’s sophisticated Club Suite was initially launched in 2019 on British Airways’ first A350 aircraft and since then has been installed on the Boeing 787-10 aircraft.
British Airways is continuing with the roll out of its newest business class seat, Club Suite, as it continues to retrofit the seat across its Boeing 777 fleet.
British Airways’ lounges offer customers complimentary WiFi and plenty of USB and power points, enabling you to work, surf online and charge personal devices. You can also continue to order food using your mobile device directly to their table, an initiative introduced by British Airways during the Covid pandemic which it has decided to keep.