In a challenge to Qantas and alliance partner Emirates, Singapore Airlines is spending almost $US150 million ($165 million) on the product refit, which will begin on eight Boeing 777-300 planes.
The first planes to have the new first, second and business-class cabins will begin flying between the airline's hub in Singapore and London in September. The changes in the economy cabin include a wider 11.1-inch monitor and a video touch-screen handset. Seats will also have new back-rest seat cushions.
|The New First Class|
|New Touch Screen In-Flight Entertainment System with 11.6 Inches screen in Economy Class|
|The New Business Class|