Without a doubt, one of the most luxurious airlines in the world is Singapore Airlines. I’ve been fortunate to fly with them multiple times, including on the inaugural longest commercial flight in the world in 2004 and on an almost-around-the-world trip on their A380, as I flew from New York (JFK) to Frankfurt (FRA) to Singapore (SIN) to Tokyo (NRT) and then home to Los Angeles (LAX).
Besides Singapore Airlines’ spacious seats and world-class service, one of the best things about flying with them (especially in premium classes) is their food. Since many people are worried about food safety these days, Singapore Airlines created a one-minute video highlighting the changes they’ve made and hygiene measures they’re taking for the in-flight meal preparation process, so customers can have more peace of mind while they’re onboard.
Keep in mind that due to regulatory requirements, if you are on a flight within Southeast Asia or to China, you will be offered a snack bag instead of a meal tray. For all other flights, meal services have been simplified. Alcoholic offerings have also been adjusted across all cabin classes.
If you’re flying in Suites, First Class or Business Class you can use their Book The Cook service. And if you have a young passenger aged 2 to 11 years travelling with you in these classes, you can choose a kid’s special from their Yummy! menu for them. In Premium Economy Class, you can take advantage of the Premium Economy Book the Cook service. All meal requests must be made at least 24 hours before your flight departs.
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