Seat Map Singapore Airlines Boeing B777 200 SQ Series

Seat map for Singapore Airlines Boeing B777 200 SQ Series

Seating details

Business Class38
Economy Class228

General presentation

There are over 75 B777s in the Singapore Airlines’ fleet, 31 of which are the 200 series. This plane has a total seating capacity of 288-323 passengers in a two or three class layout.
Singapore Airlines operates passenger services to 62 cities in 34 countries around the world. It has 10 Airbus A380s and 19 B77-300ERs on order with more on option.
Singapore Airlines First Class “SkySuites” are available exclusively on B747 services between Singapore and Europe, Australia, USA, and on most flights into Hong Kong and Tokyo. There are 12 lie flat beds per plane. SpaceBeds are available only on: A340-500s B777-200ERs and B747 services between Singapore and Europe, USA, NZ and on most flights into Australia, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.

For the comfort of Raffles Class passengers, warm terry-cloth socks and soothing eyeshades are available on all flights of 2½ hours or more. Singapore Airline’s inflight entertainment system, KrisWorld, offers more than 450 entertainment options, including feature films, classic movies, and favourite TV programmes. The largest personal screen (9 inches) in business class makes watching TV more enjoyable. The 225 CD music collection offers an extremely wide range of music.
The Business class seat has a generous pitch of 37 inches and seat width of 20 inch, coupled with very generous seat recline. With an adjustable headrest and footrest, you will be able to relax and sleep in greater comfort. Business travellers can enjoy the convenience of making calls to almost anywhere in the world with “Krisfone”, available at every seat. For notebook users, in-seat power supply is ready for plug-and-play.
Singapore Airlines has the flexibility to purchase any B777 model.

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Overall rating  


3.5 of 5
Haven´t been to this airplane model but I think you will find something like this on 1st class. This is a Singapore picture although not sure if belongs to this model.
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