What It’s like to Fly the $18,000 Singapore Airlines Suites Class

This is the world’s best flight experience, from Singapore to New York.

In 2008, Singapore Airlines presented their Suites Class, the most extravagant class of flying that is financially accessible.

The Suites were elite to their leader Airbus A380, and they go past commonplace beds by offering encased private lodges with sliding entryways that case you in your own particular little lap of extravagance. The inside was outlined by French luxury yacht architect Jean-Jacques Coste and joins a rich delicate leather armchair hand-sewed by the Italian ace skilled workers Poltrona Frau. Maybe most understood of all, Singapore Airlines turned into the first and final business aircraft with a double bed in the sky.




Be that as it may, the experience accompanied a weighty sticker price. With round-excursion tickets costing up to $18.400, it was totally unattainable for the vast majority. Previously, the main path for a normal individual to fly in the Suites was to take out a bank advance.

But in September this year, a huge fan of luxurious experiences booked a trip on Suites Class to New York!
Fortunately for us he shared his experience online so we can all see the inside of the extravagant aircraft.
See below his trip in photos

Our guy arrived at Singapore Changi Airport and continued to the Singapore Airlines counters for check-in.

As he joined the line for registration, he was quickly welcomed by a staff.

“Good evening sir, how may I help you?”

“A sudden acknowledgment hit me and I went “Goodness NOPE SORRY” and energetically left, leaving the woman surprised”, he said.

Changi luxurious check-in lounge specially for First Class and Suites passengers.

It looks like a hotel lobby, and there’s even a steward who carries your luggage.

Flying in the Suites likewise incorporates an invitation to The Private Room, which the staff was glad to say that it was “higher than first class”.

“I’ve reached at the lounge and was drawn nearer by a attendant. “May I escort you to The Private Room?” she inquired.

I took after her past what appeared to be 50-60 individuals in the Business Class lounge. She strolled observably quick, apparently apprehensive that I would be disturbed by the nearness of the common laborers class. Here I was exchanged to another attendant who strolled me through the First Class lounge, and after that through an arrangement of self-acting sliding double doors before being exchanged to yet another attendant.”

After 10 miles of mystery paths and being escorted by 3000 attendants, our high class traveler reached The Private Room.

“Entering the bounds of The Private Room, the staff welcomed me by name. It was like they all definitely knew me before meeting me.”

“I wasn’t hungry yet I’ve heard rave audits about the dining room. So I sat down and requested a glass of champagne and had the Chicken and Mutton Satay plate.”

“…and the Baked Boston Lobster with Gruyere, Emmenthal and Cheddar.”

Time for boarding

There was a dedicated jet bridge solely for Suites passengers. Standing at the end of the bridge was a flight attendant greeting the passengers.

The Suits

You will need to pick the middle suite, which can be merged with the adjacent suite to form a double bed.


Guests being welcomed aboard with a glass of Dom Pérignon

A copy of every newspaper onboard, to be aware of everything that happens around the world

Dom Pérignon and Iced Milo before taking off

Headphones from Bose

Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kit, which included a full-sized bottle of cologne.


Everything else was Givenchy: blankets, pillows, slippers, and pajamas.

As soon as the plane reached cruising altitude, you will be served with the Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee which by the way costs a ton of money. A pound of the Blue Mountain beans sells for $120.

If you are a tea person, TWG’s Paris-Singapore tea will definitely make your day

The tea will be handed to you by one of the first staff members of the company, Zaf, who has been with the airline for 19 years. Within the past 2 or 3 years, he has served Leonardo DiCaprio and Morgan Freeman flying in Suites Class.

For appetizer you can have the Malossol Caviar with Lobster-Fennel Salad.

…or the Duck Foie Gras with Shaved Fennel-Orange Salad, Beetroot, and Mizuna.

Fish Noodle Soup for the main course

And Vanilla Bavarois with Raspberry Coulis for dessert

Meanwhile the airplane staff are making the bed in your suit



Through the whole flight, the attendants check on you practically at regular intervals without being meddling or irritating. They would just energetically stroll past you with a speedy look.

The restroom also lives up to your expectations


There’s a seat that folds down that’s actually more comfortable than most Economy Class seats.


Once landed at Frankfurt, for a two-hour layover, the guests from Suites Class will be escorted to the Lufthansa Senator Lounge which had a spa and hot shower.
In this time, a new crew will take place for the flight to New York.

Once onboard again, you can used Singapore Airlines’ Book the Cook service, in order to choose one of the extravagant meal. It permits you to pre-order a particular meal before the flight, which is then particularly put onboard the flight for you.

You can have the Lobster Thermidor with Buttered Asparagus, Slow-roasted Vine-ripened Tomato, and Saffron rice.

Or U.S. Grilled Prime Beef Fillet designed by celebrity chef Alfred Portale.

And a sweet dessert

After being served Dom Pérignon in a double-suite bedroom at 36,000 feet, and feast from the most extravagant meals and deserts in the world, we’re not sure if anyone will want to leave this plane.

But after all New York’s not too bad.

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