Singapore Airlines will commences operating Airbus A380 aircraft on the Tokyo–Los Angeles route from March 27.
The A380s are unique in offering Singapore Airlines Suites, private cabins in the sky providing the ultimate in luxury and privacy. Each suite features a stand-alone bed, entirely separate from the seat, and is designed so that two adjacent suites can be conjoined to create a full-flat double-sized bed. Business class customers, meanwhile, can enjoy a 34-inch wide seat, the widest in its class, each of which has direct aisle access and can be converted into a fully-flat bed topped with a feather duvet.
Commemorating the deployment, the airline is offering special round-trip business class fares from Narita to Los Angeles starting from 250,000 yen, and Narita and Singapore from 198,000 yen. Including fuel surcharges, insurance premiums and airport facility charges, these fares amount to 273,320 yen and 218,380 yen respectively. Departures must occur after March 27 for a limited period. These complement previously-announced economy class offers starting from 38,000 yen from Narita to Los Angeles and 25,000 yen from Narita to Singapore (61,320 yen and 45,380 yen respectively, including taxes and other charges).
All customers, regardless of the class of travel, can enjoy gourmet cuisine created by world-renowned chefs on Singapore Airlines’ International Culinary Panel, including Yoshiro Murata from the renowned Kikunoi restaurant that specializes in traditional Kyoto cuisine. All seats also feature KrisWorld, Singapore Airlines’ award-winning personal in-flight entertainment system, which offers over 1,000 on-demand entertainment options.© Japan Today