SIA to offer dine-in on A-380 from $50, meal delivery from $288; shares training facility tour details
SINGAPORE – A three-hour lunch in the economy class cabin of a Singapore Airlines (SIA) Airbus A-380 will cost $50.
For those who want a better experience, the price goes up to $600 for lunch in the ultra first-class suites.
Meanwhile, a behind-the-scenes tour at SIA’s training facility will cost $15 for children between three and 12 years old, and $30 for adults.
Various add-ons, such as $500 for a flight simulator experience for up to three participants, can also be bought on top of the basic tour tickets.
Getting food delivered to the doorstep, though, will be more expensive. Prices will start from $288 for a business class meal for two and $448 for a first class meal. These meals will however come with a bottle of wine and amenity kits.
The prices stated exclude the 7 per cent GST that customers will also have to pay.
The details were announced by SIA on Thursday (Oct 1), following its decision to launch three new initiatives to engage customers on the ground amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
These initiatives will be done on a limited basis, although a spokesman said SIA will assess the demand before deciding whether to launch additional programmes.
These are the various offerings:
Restaurant A380 @Changi
Temporary conversion of an A-380 plane into a restaurant. Bookings from Oct 12.
Inside Singapore Airlines
A tour of SIA’s training facility. Bookings from Nov 1.
Delivery of first- or business-class meals to homes. Bookings from Oct 5.
Customers may also select either a bottle of Burgundy red or white wine. In addition, receive a pair of First Class amenity kits.
Add-ons available to upgrade the wine to a champagne or include tableware and more of amenities.
Customers may also select either a bottle of French wine or brut champagne. In addition, receive a pair of Business Class amenity kits.
Add-ons available to include tableware and more of amenities.
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