Come next month, and Perth will be the first city in the world (along with Osaka) to see the next generation Dreamliner AND the first to welcome Singapore Airlines’ new-style Business Class.
Singapore Airlines’ Regional Vice President, Philip Goh, confirmed last week that the new 787-10 will make its inaugural flight to Perth on 7 May, bringing with it new Dreamliner luxuries and products.
Goh said this will commence another “exciting chapter” in the airline’s long history serving Perth, particularly because it’ll make it the first market to try out the new Business Class.
Some US$35 million was invested into developing the new cabin product, which features new levels of comfort through 76” fully-flat beds.
The class will have 36 seats in a 1-2-1 layout, giving each Business Class passenger aisle access.
Outside of Business Class, there’ll be 301 seats in Economy in a 3-3-3 layout. Economy Class seats will be ergonomically-designed with contour backrests and six-way adjustable headrests.
The inaugural flight of the new Boeing 787-10 will operate on SQ223, arriving in Perth at 14:40 on Monday 7 May and depart at 17:10 as SQ214.
From Tuesday 8 May onwards, the 787-10 will operate on SQ215/216.
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