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        Singapore Airlines

        Singapore Airlines is the flag carrier of Singapore and operates to many cities across the world from their hub at Singapore Changi Airport. A full-service airline, they’re known as one of the world’s top airlines for service, and for safety. Singapore Airlines operates a mixture of modern and young Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

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        Founded: 1947
        Hub: Singapore Changi Airport
        Rewards Program: Krisflyer
        NZ Routes: Auckland and Christchurch directly to Singapore
        Partners: Strong cooperation with Air New Zealand and Virgin Australia, as well as being a Star Alliance member.
        Classes of Travel: First, Business, Premium Economy and Economy.
        Meals: All meals and drinks (including alcohol) are included. Special meals available.
        Entertainment: Movies, TV shows, music and games included with personal seatback screens.
        Luggage Allowance: One piece of checked luggage up to 30 kilograms and one piece of carry on up to 7 kilograms included on all Economy fares. Increased allowances apply for higher classes (see below).
        Seat selection may be available depending on the fare type you’ve booked. This will be displayed at the time of fare selection, which can be done via ‘Manage Booking’ on Mix and Match – how good!
        Connectivity: Internet and phone calls are available with Singapore Airlines. USB sticks and universal power plugs can be used onboard. In-flight Wi-Fi connectivity is offered on all our aircraft except for Boeing 737-800 NG.
        *Please note all the above info is for flights to and from New Zealand. Generally, the same applies for all flights to Europe, North America, South America and Africa, but can differ between destinations in Asia.


        • Want to experience the world's biggest passenger plane? Singapore Airlines is one of only a few that operates the Airbus A380 on flights to Auckland.
        • The Singapore Airlines cabin crew are ambassadors of world-class service, delivering the warm hospitality that Singapore Airlines is known for.
        • Heading to the States? Singapore Airlines operates two of the world’s longest commercial flights, an 18-hour direct flight from Singapore to Los Angeles, and a 19-hour flight from Singapore to New York. Enjoy comfort and luxury on these ultra-long-haul journeys.
        • If you have at least five hours between flights at Changi Airport, you can jump on the airport's free city tour, which runs for two hours and takes in locations iconic sights such as the Merlion, Marina Bay, Chinatown and Little India.
        • Stay connected throughout your journey with in-flight Wi-Fi available on all Singapore Airlines aircraft, except for the Boeing 737-800 NG. Enjoy uninterrupted browsing, streaming, and staying in touch with loved ones while soaring through the skies!


        New Zealand: Auckland and Christchurch directly to Singapore. You fly to Singapore and then onwards with flights from Singapore as mentioned below.
        Singapore: To most major cities in Asia, Europe and North America, as well as South America and Africa.


        Singapore Airlines Economy:
        Experience the difference in Economy Class, where comfort meets affordability. The seats are designed to provide you with ample personal space, ensuring you're never cramped, even when the seat in front of you is reclined. For those who desire extra legroom, our Extra Legroom seats offer the perfect solution, allowing you to stretch out and relax throughout your journey.

        Singapore Airlines Premium Economy:
        In addition to the benefits of Economy Class, in Premium Economy you’ll receive more space, a personal storage area for water bottles/laptops etc, a larger, better-quality screen on your entertainment system with noise cancelling earphones the ‘Book the Cook’ service which allows you to order from a menu up to 24 hours in advance. Checked luggage allowance is one piece at 35 kilograms, cabin is one piece at 7 kilograms.

        Singapore Airlines Business Class:
        In addition to the benefits of Premium Economy, in Business Class you’ll receive much larger seats at least 30 inches wide, guaranteed aisle access, lie flat beds, bedding such as a light duvet, pillows and linen, in-seat vanity mirror, a 15.4 inch wide LCD screen for your entertainment system, and an expanded ‘Book the Cook’ service with up to 60 different meals available to order up to 24 hours in advance. Checked luggage allowance is one piece at 40 kilograms, cabin is two pieces at 7 kilograms each.

        Singapore Airlines First Class:
        In First Class you’ll receive all the Business Class benefits above, but also have a much larger seating area designed with partitions to separate you from the rest of the cabin, giving you a more private sanctuary. Checked luggage allowance is one piece at 40 kilograms, cabin is two pieces at 7 kilograms each.

        Singapore Airlines Suites:
        The Singapore Airlines Suites are almost like having your own cabin in the sky. You’ll have sliding doors, windows and blinds for the utmost privacy, an actual standalone bed (not one converted from a seat), a 23-inch-wide LCD screen, ‘Book the Cook’ service with up to 60 different meals available to order up to 24 hours in advance, and real cutlery, dinnerware and glassware. Checked luggage allowance is one piece at 40 kilograms, cabin is two pieces at 7 kilograms each.

        THE HUB

        Singapore Changi Airport: Is one of the busiest in the world with a flight landing or departing every 90 seconds. A staggering 54 million people travel here from over 300 cities in 80 different countries. Even with those sorts of numbers, Changi is one of the easiest airports to navigate in the world. All Singapore Airlines and Air New Zealand flights use the same terminal (Terminal 3) so transferring is not required. That being said, if you have some time up your sleeve then by all means jump on the monorail and explore the other two terminals. The airport has masses of facilities including five gardens, free arcade games, 24-hour movie theatres, a gym, spa facilities, kid's playgrounds, free internet throughout, and of course, masses of shops and restaurants. There’s even an in-airport hotel (meaning you don’t have to clear immigration) with rooms bookable for six hours plus.

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