Double beds and Italian-stitched armchairs are just two such luxuries that affluent passengers can expect to enjoy aboard Singapore Airlines’ luxurious A380 aircraft.
Dailymail.co.uk caught a glimpse of the latest high-class range of aircraft, which the company says are designed to “provide the distinguished few with their very own haven of tranquillity”.
Not content with the cramped leg room or limited food options of some budget airlines, passengers aboard the airline’s A380 can experience the pleasures of their very own distinctly designed standalone bed whilst flying, as opposed to a makeshift converted chair.
For dinner meanwhile, singaporeair.com is inviting guests to indulge in its special menus, exclusively created by its International Culinary Panel.
As for drinks, it beckons: “Savour our unrivalled selection of Champagne, Grand Cru red Burgundy and Second Growth Bordeaux served in crystal ware.”
Furthermore, from the comforts of a passenger’s inner sanctum, Singapore Airlines will lay on dedicated staff who are committed to the beckoning desires of the lucky occupant.
While the company’s A380 might look like any other on the air traffic radar, it is also looking to distinguish itself by being one of the most tech-friendly craft around. Bedrooms come equipped with a state-of-the-art inflight entertainment system, named ‘KrisWorld’.
The KrisWorld system includes the sky’s largest audio and video-on demand LCD screen, spanning an impressive 23-inches. Multi-port power supplies and USB ports meanwhile mean that technophiles are never far away from getting their gadgets connected.
Round trip flights from New York to Singapore start at around $15,750 (£10,170) per person.