After four years in development, Singapore Airlines’ newest generation of cabin interior products will make their debut in the next month on the airline’s five new A380s. In a grand overhaul of its A380 fleet, its remaining 14 planes will be upgraded from the end of 2018, with completion expected by 2020 at a cost of around €730m.
The highlight of these improved facilities can be found on the top deck of the aircraft: six lavish suites designed by Pierrejean Design Studio. Accessed through a stylish slide-door, they provide guests with the most comfortable of journeys. A separate bed with an adjustable backrest provides guests with somewhere to rest and relax, and can be stowed away to provide more room, while the dividing wall between two of the suites can be removed to create a double bed for travelling couples.
Each suite is also outfitted with a comfortable armchair, made with the finest leather by renowned Italian furniture manufacturer Poltrona Frau. Similar to the bed, the seating is adjustable, providing comfort and flexibility whether eating or relaxing during the flight. Entertainment is provided by a 32-inch full-HD screen and the suites also contain personal wardrobes, hand-luggage compartments and space for travel utensils. A specially designed carpet floor and atmospheric lighting make the room feel especially snug and relaxing, while a pair of modern bathrooms exclusively for passengers in the suites complete a home from home experience in the air.