The worlds largest passenger flight, Airbus A380, has been upgraded. Now, the first class cabins makes you feel like you’re in a flying hotel room.
The number of suites has been reduced from 12 to 6, but only to make it feel more luxurious.
The new suites gives you a feeling of exclusivity and privacy.
A leather chair, a bed and a 32″ HDTV has been placed in every suite. Space for luggage is also not a problem.
The upgrade of the Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 flight has costed nothing less than $850 million, according to Business Insider.
“The significant investment that we are making with the introduction of new cabin products demonstrates our commitment to continued investment in products and services, our long-term approach to ensure we retain our leadership position, and our confidence in the future of premium full-service air travel.”
– Goh Choon Phong, CEO, Singapore Airlines.
There will be a total of 471 seats divided into four cabins. Besides the six first class suites, business class will accommodate 78 seats.
The new suites were designed by Pierrejean Design Studio and manufactured by Zodiac Seats UK.