However you decide to get to Fiji, you can be sure of a luxurious and comfortable experience – plus the exemplary service that has seen Singapore Airlines named ‘Best Airline’ time and time again…
On the ground…
Fly Business Class or First Class from Heathrow and the luxury will begin before takeoff, thanks to Singapore Airlines’ new SilverKris lounge at Terminal 2, whose ‘home from home’ philosophy is realised in relaxed spaces inspired by living areas, dining rooms and kitchens (albeit very stylish ones). Work effectively and comfortably in the productivity pods, admire the artworks on display, try Singaporean cuisine – matched with wine or champagne, perhaps – or just sink into one of the signature Singapore Airlines armchairs and relax…
In the air…
Then there’s the onboard pampering, which begins in Economy class and rockets sky-high in the Suites…
Flying Economy won’t equate to bruised knees with Singapore Airlines, whose cabins are designed to give passengers plenty of room – wherever they’re sitting. In the New Economy Class, an innovative seat design provides more legroom and 115° of recline so you can relax and sleep. Preferred Seats, near the exits, benefit from extra legroom and are hotly sought after. Singapore Airlines leaves nothing to chance when it comes to comfort: an International Panel of Chefs consults on menus and dishes are taste-tested in a simulated pressurised cabin, so that they taste exactly as they should at 35,000 feet. Don’t worry if you forgot your book en route to the airport, Singapore Airlines’ KrisWorld inflight entertainment system puts 1,000 options – movies, television programmes, music, games and apps – at your disposal. The 11-inch console screen is the widest in its class. Access the Internet, send texts and multimedia messages on all flights from London Heathrow.
Don’t be surprised if you want to take your seat home with you when you disembark the plane: it’s as comfy as can be, thanks to its extra width – 19.5 inches – and in-built calf- and foot-rest. Feeling sleepy? Hit recline (up to eight inches) and maximise that 38-inch seat pitch. Premium Economy Class means a spacious 2-4-2 cabin with stowage space, so you can keep your laptop, headphones and other essentials close by. Each seat has two USB ports, a reading lamp and power supply. Enjoy more than 1,000 entertainment choices on the wide console, with noise-cancelling headphones. The Premium Economy Book the Cook service lets you reserve your main course up to 24 hours before you fly. Alternatively, pick from three delicious meal choices onboard – including Singaporean, Asian and international flavours – and add a glass or two of fine wine or champagne.
Pick from two seat settings – the Lazy Z, which keeps your weight centred and balanced, or the Sundeck, which is as comfy as it sounds – and rest assured that you’ll sleep well: each 34-inch leather seat turns into a fully flat bed, with a cushioned headboard, linen, duvet and pillows. Stow away laptops in the side console above your armrest; seats also have concealed ports and power supplies. You can also look forward to fine dining in the skies. We’re talking full table service, food-paired wines and a range of delicious dishes that can be reserved 24 hours ahead, using the Book the Cook service. Acclaimed chefs from the International Culinary Panel are responsible for the top-notch menus, many of which give you a flavour of Singapore Airlines’ delicious destinations.
Enjoy world-beating attention to detail in Singapore Airlines’ first-class cabins, where treats include your favourite blend of tea, breakfast in bed or an extra-wide seat that’s fashioned from top to toe (yep, even the footrest) in hand-stitched leather. Enjoy gourmet food devised by top global chefs in a restaurant-style setting, with full table service and sommelier-selected vintages to match the food (and altitude). Post-meal, make the most of the extended curved partitions that provide privacy and kick back in your plush seat to watch a movie on the 24-inch screen, with your Bose noise-cancelling headphones plugged in.
Experience sky-high luxury in one of Singapore Airlines’ superlatives suites, whose individual cabins have been styled by French luxury yacht designer Jean-Jacques Coste in cream and brown hues, accented with leather and wood. Sink into an armchair upholstered in full grain leather from Aeristo – made specifically for air travel – or catch up on sleep in a separate bed that comes with turndown service and high-end amenities. Chef-curated cuisine served on bone china plates adds a spectacular coup de grace to one of the finest flying experiences available.
Singapore Stopover Holiday
Make the journey part of the adventure by factoring in a stop-off in Singapore. Opt for Singapore Airlines’ discounted Singapore Stopover Holiday and you can pick from a range of stylish hotels, enjoy admission to more than 15 of Singapore’s favourite tourist attractions, gad about for free on the SIA Hop-on Bus and more.
Changi Airport has more awards than we’ve had hot (inflight) dinners: no wonder, when you factor in its 360 retail outlets, free 24-hour cinemas, five themed indoor and outdoor gardens, beauty and wellness offerings, kids’ playgrounds, swimming pools, food courts, dizzying choice of bars, restaurants and cafés and other distractions – spread across three impressive terminals. If you have at least five hours in transit, get a taste of Singapore with one of Singapore Airlines’ free 2.5-hour guided tours, which depart daily at regular times.
Changi Dollar Voucher
Singapore Airlines customers transferring onto a Singapore Airlines, SilkAir or Air New Zealand flight in Singapore can redeem S$40 to spend at retail, food and service outlets located in the transit and public areas. The voucher can also be used for one time access to the Ambassador Transit Lounge, which has showers with basic toiletries, a free buffet, free Wi-Fi and international newspapers.