Singapore Airlines upgraded its cabin products and services on its Yangon-Singapore route last week, the carrier said.
Passengers travelling between Yangon and Singapore will have “more space and comfort,” as well as better inflight entertainment experience as the airline deployed its Boeing 777-200ER fitted with improved cabin products on the route from August 14, Singapore Airlines said in a statement.
Both the business class and economy class services of the airline have been revamped with more comfortable seats and better entertainment system, the airline said.
The added features will provide the customers of this route with similar services available on Singapore Airlines’ American, European and Australian routes, the carrier said.
Philip Goh, Singapore Airlines’ Regional Vice President for Southeast Asia, said: “We look forward to welcoming our customers from Yangon onboard the refitted Boeing 777-200ER with upgraded cabin products, and to offering them an even better inflight experience when they fly with Singapore Airlines to Singapore and beyond.”
To promote its new services Singapore Airlines started offering special promotional fares to Singapore starting from $900 for business class and $285 for economy class since August 12. The promotion is available until September 13, and is valid for travel from August 14 to September 27.
Together with its subsidiary SilkAir, Singapore Airlines currently operates 16 times a week from Yangon to Singapore.
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir covers 97 destinations in 36 countries.