Singapore Airlines won’t fly aimlessly but offers Cabin Dining & Behind-the-Scenes Tour

Available in late Oct & Nov

Take on new activities at Singapore Airlines in Oct & Nov later this year

Airlines companies around the world are facing an unprecedented crisis that might put them out of business and have been coming up with new ways of attracting customers including flying to nowhere just for fun.

Singapore Airlines is no exception, which is why they are introducing new non-travelling activities to keep their business afloat during these trying times, although they have put off the idea of flying aimlessly in the skies.

Nope, no flying. (Photo: Tim Dennert on Unsplash)

Restaurant A380 @Changi

One of the ways to support Singapore Airlines is by booking dining experiences aboard the largest passenger airliner Airbus A380, savouring international dishes or a special Peranakan menu designed by famous Singaporean chef Shermay Lee.

There will also be complimentary alcoholic drinks and free-flow of other beverages.

Event dates will only be available for 2 days on 24 & 25 October with bookings open on 12 October onwards.

Inside Singapore Airlines

Besides enjoying food aboard the massive A380, visitors can also book a behind-the-scenes tour of Singapore Airlines training facilities which includes their heritage gallery, mock-up cabins, craft activities and more.

There will also be a chance to try out the flight simulator and experience the training that goes behind being a pilot with a flying instructor.

So cool.

The behind-the-scenes tours will be available on 21, 22, 28 & 29 November later this year. Booking opens from 1 November onwards.

You can find more information on the new Singapore Airlines activities from their promotion page here.

H/T: All photos by Singapore Airlines or otherwise stated.

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