Singapore airlines have become a paradise of gadgets for all the gizmo-freaks. It has launched its latest suite of cabin products that is set to be the new industry benchmark for premium air travel. They are adding a touch of luxury along with hi-fi gadgets to all three classes within its forthcoming Boeing B777-300ER and Airbus A380 aircrafts. Certainly the First class customers will receive the most enhanced seating arrangements, as they’re graced with 23-inch LCDs, complete with USB ports, power outlets, and noise-reducing headsets. New seat’s unique design offers the airline’s premium customers the flexibility to use the seat as a daybed for lounging, reading and entertainment while at night it converts into a full-sized flat bed. Business class guests will get their own 15.4-inch LCD, as economy seats bear a 10.6-inch edition. But one thing in common to all the classes is the airline’s “KrisWorld” in-flight entertainment system, which boasts “over 1,000 on-demand movies, TV shows, games, and audio selections.
Powered by the latest eX2™ inflight entertainment system, KrisWorld is one the most dynamic and versatile in-flight entertainment system available today and Singapore Airlines is the first in the world to launch it. Customers traveling on Singapore Airlines’ new B777-300ER services from this December, between Singapore and Paris, and subsequently Zurich, will be the first to experience these new products. The US$360 million product and service development program marks the completion of an extensive four-year project, and is timed to coincide with the carrier’s fleet expansion plan. This Luxurious Flying will come for a hefty price though!