Qantas - Qantas Frequent Flyer
Member since 15 Dec 2016
Total posts 171
Member since 07 Oct 2012
Total posts 762
I guess you're referring to Singapore?
Member since 15 Aug 2017
Total posts 31
What airline are you taking about?
Member since 06 Nov 2014
Total posts 148
I have to agree the so called new suites among SQ, EK and EY's apartment are more of a marketing gimmick. It's great to have lots of foot space in the air, but honestly, by the time you get to first class, space is never an issue. (For business class yes. I often find the seats are quite narrow and foot space very constrained, but not first class.)
Member since 10 Jul 2017
Total posts 86
I was hoping the mattress would be good. Last time I flew business class on singapore overnight, I got about 2 hours sleep as I was turning all night. Felt like I was sleeping on the floor
Virgin Australia - Velocity Rewards
Member since 24 Aug 2011
Total posts 385
Lucky over at one mile at a time published an honest review of the suite - well worth a read.
No, the mattress was way too hard, left my back pain for days. I agree it's still much wider than business.
Member since 26 Nov 2017
Total posts 14
I have a couple of London trips in the next couple of months, one in new business and one in the new suites. Usually fly Etihad apartment but just keen to try something different. Will be a good comparison.
Singapore Airlines - The PPS Club
Member since 14 Nov 2013
Total posts 40
100% agree on this review, the bed is hard and uncomfortable. I did pass this feedback to the in flight manager who stated that it was a common complaint. I wonder how long it will take them to issue a matress overlay to soften the bed a bit.
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