Best in business: making travelling for work easy

From spacious seats and fine dining to unrivalled entertainment, enjoy a higher class of travel with Singapore Airlines

Most airlines offer their business class passengers those little extras to ensure they travel in comfort and style. But at Singapore Airlines, where business class privileges range from the widest seat in its class to bespoke banquets, you’ll get a travel experience you’ll love.

Seats with room to spare

Enjoy your flight in luxurious comfort, with class-leading 34-inch wide seats. Then, when you’re ready to sleep, you can do that in style too — just transform your seat into a spacious, fully flat bed, complete with linen, duvet and pillows.

Fine dining in the sky

With its Book the Cook service, Singapore Airlines has elevated in-flight cuisine to a sky-high fine dining experience, offering full table service and wines to match the food. Choose from a wide range of gourmet meals, all of which can be reserved up to 24 hours before your flight.

Become a lounge lizard

Both the SilverKris Lounge and the Krisflyer Gold Lounge at Changi Airport have an outstanding selection of food. Need to catch up with work before you fly? Do so in privacy and comfort in the SilverKris lounge’s productivity pods.

The ultimate in comfort and convenience

When travelling long haul it is important to be able to stretch out. Singapore Airlines’ business class cabins have a unique 1-2-1, forward-facing layout, ensuring direct access to an aisle from every seat.

The best in entertainment

Singapore Airlines provides every business class passenger with a 15.4 inch wide personal LCD monitor and noise-cancelling headphones — enabling you to make the most of everything KrisWorld, the airline’s award-winning in-flight entertainment system, has to offer. That’s an impressive selection of 1,000 movies, television programmes, music tracks and games all at your fingertips.

For more Singapore Airlines destinations, read the travel section of The Evening Standard and The Independent.

A version of this article first appeared on standard.co.uk and independent.co.uk.

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