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Seat – old or new

Seat – old or new

  1. Anonymous

    Hi

    I’m based in Singapore and travel with Singapore Airlines almost exclusively (at least where I can) They have some great hard products but occasionally you always find yourself on a plane that has seats from 30 years ago. So how do I find out if the flight I’m going to be on has been renovated with the newer seats or not? Seat guru type websites seems to miss out this info.

    Love your work

    Thanks
    Matt

  2. David W

    I think SQ posts seat maps online for all the types of aircraft they have – maybe compare that to the seatmap for your particular flight?

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