Singapore Airlines finally gives in to the clutches of COVID-19 and launches an amenity kit for Business Class

Covid-19 has reshaped the travel industry and how! It has become daily news for airlines to start or end a particular service; case in point Etihad Airways is thinking to bid adieu to in-flight chefs and F&B managers to cut costs, Qatar Airways that had been operational throughout the pandemic has onboard staff wearing Hazmat suits and face masks and now Singapore Airline is finally giving in to the idea of an amenity kit in Business Class. Until now Singapore Airlines has distributed amenities loosely in a basked as well as in the bathrooms during the flight but has always resisted the idea of individual amenities kit and individual pouches which add $6-8 million of damages annually. Several airlines have been forced to change their ways and Singapore Airlines is no different; its long-awaited business class amenity kit created in partnership with Penhaligon’s will soon be available to Singapore Airlines’ business class passengers. What does that gorgeous green Penhaligon’s bag contain? It comes with lip balm, hand lotion, and facial mist from Penhaligon’s Quercus range, guests will be left with a lingering fragrance of citrus and basil underpinned by notes of jasmine, cardamom, lily, and amber.

Singapore Airlines launched the “Discover Your Singapore Airlines” wherein SIA fans can look forward to a choice of meal, a bottle of French wine or brut champagne, 22-piece tableware set with Narumi dining ware and a pair of Penhaligon’s amenity kits as part of the “Business Class Experience” right at home.

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