Singapore Airlines A350 Long Haul Business Class

Join me as I indulge in the luxury of Singapore Airlines’ long haul business class flying from Singapore to Melbourne, Australia.

This Singapore Airlines business class flight review covers Singapore’s Changi Aiport, the Singapore Airlines Krisflyer lounge, boarding, take off, the famous Singapore Girl inflight service, the Krisworld entertainment system and the new Singapore Airlines long haul business class seat as featured on the Airbus A350 and their newly configured Airbus A380 aircraft.

For more flight reviews please check out my channel or the links at the bottom of this description.

Route: Singapore (SIN) to Melbourne, Australia (MEL)
Length: 3,253 miles, 7 hrs
Flight: SQ207
When: May 2018
Aircraft: Airbus A350-9 registration 9V-SMF – Sept 2016
Seat: 21A
Camera: Sony FDR-AXP53

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tarush awasthi says:

Great video from Dennis Bukkake travels!

Dave Warr says:

The caption at the end read “SQ787-10 Business class menu” . I realise that it was an A350 in the video so there is an error somewhere (either Dennis in his editing as I don’t think that SQ would use a menu stating 787 on an Airbus).

Priya Paul says:

I loved this video it was amazing

Fernanda Aguilar Perez says:

You deserve 100k, Dennis, your videos are high quality and your reviews are the best!

TrailerPark Supervisor says:

Sir, it’s pronounced “leather”

Pennywise4 says:

30mb free.. how generous..jesus that would be this message and hit send… what a cheap airline…

Safu Khan says:

Congrats for 50k mate

Zippy Gundoo says:

Congrats on the 50K milestone. Great review.

kardoso kiko says:

Fantastic video as always thanks D

Crazy Jim says:

Your voice sounds very nice!!! Everytime I see your videos I feel like I’m travelling with you, experiencing the lounge, the seat, the service, etc.
Thank you Dennis for your wonderful videos 🙂

united24601 says:

Great review as always. Here’s to the next milestone: 100k subs

Priya Paul says:

Congratulations on 50 k – from a subscriber from 9k

Ksmash Gamer says:

My Opa will be flying this product on SIN-AMS. And 777-300ER business product on MEL-SIN

Stallen says:

Anyone else ‘liked’ this video before watching it?

Congrats on the 50K

Manama Maaan says:

Interested to see a review of this airline rout in economy class. Great video as always.

Jason Johnson says:

Thank you Dennis. I enjoyed the review. Keep up the great work.

PocketRishi says:

Dennis you should try using MotionX GPS tracker, it’s $3 on the App Store / Play Store but I think is worth it, and probably should work on your flights. Maybe you will be able to provide a little more insight to the places you fly over.

P.S. Congrats on 50K! Here’s to another 50 in less than half the time! 🙂

Reece Gock says:

Flew the SQ A350 in business class a few weeks ago. I found the A350 quite worn out… the 777-300ER was much newer due to the refurbishment 🙂 preferred the A380 seat over having to pull down the bed on this seat. The inflight entertainment on the A380 is a touch screen too 🙂

i am retarded but says:

Hope you are ever lucky and healthy, Dennis. We missed your contents

Brookman Aviation says:

Great video and congratulations on 50,000 subscribers!

Paul Kacirek says:

Good video as always. Trivial point but you used the 787-10 menu cover for the A350 flight. Must have been a bit sleepy

Nkateko Nkuna says:

Please do a review on Ethiopian Ait Business. It’s so affordable but I’m sceptical about the quality

Dennis Harvey says:

I’m intrigued, how did the A350 compare with the B787 in terms of comfort, room and quietness?

Joerg Michaelis Travel says:

I like the videos by Dennis Bunnik. They give me some idea about a flight, before I book. Thank you

Craig Willis says:

After all that airline food over the years I am amazed that you look trim !

Spudd Guy says:

Not too bad at all. I’m Velocity platinum and pay my own way to CDG each year from Oz in business class. After my return flights on Etihad last week I’ll never use them again. SQ being VA’s other partner airline is looking like a viable alternative.

AVC Trip Reports says:

Great video. Enjoyed watching. Is it true that there’s practically a winter drought going on down in the South East of Australia? I had heard some farmers were shooting sheep out of lack of food.

Paul M says:

The only way I’ll get onto expensive flights for years to come!

Edward Jackson says:

Light hearted and no nonsense! Keep it up and crack on to 100k

kladpapier says:

Those non-staggered seats look nice, but not very practical for the legs when going to bed mode.

ClaytonTheCruton says:

Everything looks amazing the only thing that threw me was them making the new system non touch screen. Of course there is going to a not insubstantial price saving im sure but half the idea is to have a way to use the IFE if the remote breaks

Safu Khan says:

You should try Oman air business class. It’s sick

Gaby Abed says:

Nice video. I have an overnight layover and wondering which transit hotel you stayed in Changi. I know there are two, one being in T3.

ethan rockett says:

Denis, you should try the Virgin Australia A330 or B777 new business class! Its simply fantastic!

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