PREVIOUS | Leaked photos of Singapore Airlines' all-new Airbus A380 first class suites seemingly reveal spacious 'apartments in the sky' with a swivelling leather armchair and seperate bed.
The over-sized suites shown in the spy snaps, which appear to be mock-ups located in an office, are significantly larger than the airlines' current first class cabins and mimic those of Gulf rival Etihad Airways, although the contemporary colour scheme is bound to prove controversial.
However, it's believed that only some of the six suites have the ability to have the partition between the luxe cribs lowered to create a twin bed arrangement.
These close-up shots of what are said to be SQ's new suites provide extra detail on the fittings...
... including concealed nooks with an inbuilt vanity mirror.
High sliding doors provide privacy for primo passengers.
And here we see what's said to be the spacious washroom located at the front-right corner of the first class cabin with plenty of room to change into and out of your PJs.
A second, more standard-sized lav sits at the front-left corner of the cabin.
The photos were shared overnight on social media websites FlyerTalk, SQTalk and The MileLion ahead of Singapore Airlines' official launch of its next-gen first class and business class on Thursday November 2.
The new suites and seats will debut on Singapore Airlines' newest Airbus A380, which will fly between Singapore and Sydney from December 18 2017 as SQ221/SQ232, and also be rolled out across the rest of the superjumbo fleet.