Singapore Airlines operates from its hub at Changi Airport in Singapore and has a strong presence in the Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, and Australia. The company also operates trans-Pacific flights, including the world's two longest non-stop commercial flights from Singapore to Newark and Los Angeles on the Airbus A340-500. It is one of the largest airlines in the world.
How to Check In
You may check-in at the airport up to 48 hours with your baggage or you can check-in online form 48 hours up to 2 hours before your flight is scheduled to depart. Make sure you print out your own boarding pass as this will mean you don’t have to queue at the airport. If you have no bags to check-in you can go straight on to immigration. Otherwise you will need to join the bag drop queue at the airport. Be sure to be at your departure gate no later than 60 minutes before your flight departs.
Baggage Allowance and Fees
As with all airlines, there are strict conditions when it comes to how much luggage you can take on a flight. Always check with the airline before you travel. For up to date information on baggage allowance and charges, go to the Singapore Airlines website.
Just about everything bar the kitchen sink is included on the ultra-luxurious Singapore airlines. First and Business Class seem to have more gadgets than you’d find in a James Bond film from chairs that swivel to face the window to fancy TV handsets. In-flight entertainment in the form of movies, games and music are provided right through economy to First Class. All food is also included although it does vary from class to class. In the suites and first class you can expect your own table, silver service, fine wines and even Japanese style dining. Business and economy also offer passengers a choice from the menu while the service is truly impeccable.
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