Singapore Airlines opens more slots for A380 restaurant

·Editorial Team
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Business class dining. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Business class dining. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)

Updated

SINGAPORE – Singapore Airlines is opening up more slots for their Restaurant A380@Changi after restaurant tickets sell out. Additional seatings on the following dates are as follow:

24 October 2020 (Saturday)

25 October 2020 (Sunday)

31 October 2020 (Saturday)

01 November 2020 (Sunday)

In a social media posting shared on their official Facebook page, the airline said: “We have reopened our waitlist so that you may indicate your interest for this unique dining experience. Here’s how: bit.ly/RestaurantA380.”

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Travelers who really miss getting on the plane can now reserve seats onboard Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) A380 jumbo jet – to dine, but not to ‘fly to nowhere’.

Following news of airlines in Brunei, Taiwan, Japan and Australia offering ‘flights to nowhere’ that were sold out in minutes, SIA is dropping the idea instead, and introducing the Restaurant A380@Changi dining experience inside their largest aircraft, as part of their ‘Discover Your Singapore Airlines’ suite of experiences.

Diners can choose from special menus for each cabin class, including both International cuisines and a special Peranakan menu that has been designed by Singaporean chef Shermay Lee.

There will be limited slots for an exclusive pre-lunch tour of the A380 as well.

Grooming workshop. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Grooming workshop. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)

To sweeten the deal, travellers who turn up in traditional heritage wear will receive KrisShop discounts, a limited edition goodie bag and additional gifts.

Reservations for Restaurant A380@Changi will start on 12 October, and operations begin on 24 and 25 October.

Prices are as below:

Restaurant @A380. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Restaurant @A380. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)

Suppose you’re not keen on dining inside the aircraft. The airlines is also providing another experience, SIA@Home, where customers can enjoy their in-flight dining experiences in the comfort of their own homes.

They can choose from 10 menus, featuring First Class and Business Class meals, which will come complete with wine or champagne. They will also be able to buy limited-edition dining ware and amenities depending on the package chosen. The special cabin crew concierge service for SIA@Home bookings opens on 5 October.

SIA @Home. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
SIA @Home. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Flight simulator. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Flight simulator. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)

The third on-ground experience, Inside Singapore Airlines, takes visitors into their training facilities where they get a behind-the-scenes tour and learn about SIA’s 70 years of history while interacting with pilots and cabin crew.

For children, they can enjoy craft activities such as balloon sculpting and making their own batik roses. They will also have the option to dress up and role play as cabin crew and take home their very own SIA sarong kebaya uniform.

Adults can choose to operate a full flight simulator, taste some of the premium in-flight wine labels, and attend a grooming workshop. A selection of the most popular meals that are served onboard SIA flights will also be on sale. Bookings for Inside Singapore Airlines open on 1 November, and the tours will be held on 21, 22, 28 and 29 November.

Prices are as below:

Tour pricing. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)
Tour pricing. (PHOTO: Singapore Airlines)

SIA will implement enhanced cleaning procedures at all premises, as well as precautionary measures such as temperature screening, safe distancing and the SafeEntry digital check-in system, to ensure the health and safety of all customers.

For more information, log on to on the official website: www.singaporeair.com/DiscoverYourSIA.