LOS ANGELES, July 10, 2007 – Beginning today, passengers flying Singapore Airlines’ new B777-300ER service from Los Angeles will experience the airline’s $360 million investment in innovations – designed to provide passengers in all three classes with more space, comfort and control of their in-flight experience. Highlights of the new First, Business and Economy Classes include:

New First Class
Comfort – the largest seats in the sky at 35-inches wide
Flexibility – seats convert to horizontal flat beds with ease
Privacy – eight private suites
Technology – 23-inch LCD monitors with USB ports, in-seat power and noise reduction headsets
Style – furnishings and amenities designed by Givenchy
Cuisine – revamped menu designed by renowned chefs and wine experts, with on-demand dining

New Business Class

Room – world’s widest horizontal flat bed seat at 30-inches, almost 50 percent wider than other carriers
Space – seats arranged in forward facing, 1-2-1 configuration offer all passengers direct access to the aisle
Productivity – new 15.4-inch LCD monitors with USB ports, in-seat power and noise reduction headsets

New Economy Class
Size – two inches wider than industry average at 19-inches
Diversion – larger 10.6-inch entertainment monitor at each seat with USB ports
Functionality – features including handset on the seatback for easier reach, a non-intrusive reading light underneath the seatback screen, and in-seat power supply

KrisWorld In-flight Entertainment System
Entertainment – more than 1,000 on-demand options including 100 movies, TV programs, interactive games, audio CDs and programming
Education – learn 22 languages with Berlitz® World Traveller and Culture Quest
Connectivity – office tools include spreadsheet, presentation and word processing on each personal system

The new B777-300ER service from Los Angeles will operate every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday to Singapore, expanding to daily service in April. The service marks the introduction of the new product to Singapore Airlines’ second U.S. destination, following the launch in San Francisco in January.

The Airbus A380 aircraft, of which Singapore Airlines will be the first to fly in 2007, will also feature variations of some of these products when it enters service later this year.

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