HOLLYWOOD STAR STAGES SINGAPORE A380 DEBUT

Sex and the City star Kristin Davis enjoys a refreshing cup of tea served on board British Airways' First cabin on the new A380, which starts flights between London and Singapore from October 28 2014. Kristen Davis wears a Rosa Jacquard structured dress by Temperley London.

Sex and the City star Kristin Davis brought some added sparkle and Hollywood glamour to British Airways as the airline announced its new super jumbo route to Singapore.

The Far Eastern city-state will be the latest destination to be served by the airline’s new flagship A380 service, from October 2014.

The three-times a week service starts on October 28 and will increase the number of seats available for customers to book by more than a four thousand a month. Tickets to fly on the A380 went on sale today on ba.com with prices in World Traveller economy starting from just S$1,328.



Kristin Davis, who is in London rehearsing her role as Beth Gallagher in the stage version of Fatal Attraction at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, said: "I travel a lot for work and pleasure, so I greatly appreciate the consistent, high standard of service and style that British Airways is known for around the world."
“With over 80 years experience flying between London and Singapore, I can't imagine a better way to fly to the Far East than on British Airways' luxurious new A380."

The airline now has four A380s, having taken delivery of the latest aircraft on January 14 with a further four deliveries expected later in the year.

Robert Williams, British Airways regional general manager, South East Asia, said, “We have a long history of serving Singapore and over the past 80 years we have established strong ties with the country. The London to Singapore service is also integral to British Airways’ “Kangaroo route”, which was one of the airline’s most popular long-haul routes last year.

“Introducing our latest aircraft to the route further reinstates the commitment that we have to serving Singapore which is extremely important to our network. We’re delighted that our customers here will be able to experience the benefits this amazing aircraft has to offer, thanks to our five-year multi-billion pound investment in new aircraft products and services.”

The double decked aircraft offers customers one of the quietest cabins in the sky, with bigger overhead bins, extra storage space, cleaner air, mood lighting, improved in-flight entertainment and more power sockets for personal electronic equipment.

British Airways is continuing to improve services for customers and will roll out more new aircraft, including Airbus A380s, Boeing 787s, 777-300ERs and A320s across its worldwide network as deliveries continue over the next three years. A total of twenty new aircraft will be joining the fleet in 2014.

The A380 will feature on the BA11 London Heathrow to Singapore service operating on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, and the returning BA12, operating on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Flights on other days will continue to be operated by a Boeing 747 with the 777-300ER, calling into Singapore as part of the BA15/16 Heathrow to Sydney route.

The British Airways A380s already fly to Los Angeles and Hong Kong, and services to Johannesburg started on February 12. The airline will begin flights to Washington DC on the super jumbo from September

British Airways is also taking delivery of a further four 787s in 2014, with new 787 services being launched to Hyderabad from March 30, Chengdu from May 5, Philadelphia from June 5 and Calgary from July 5, 2014, as well as a further four 777-300ERs.

British Airways offers a twice-daily service from Singapore to London and a daily service to Sydney.
To book flights on the new A380 service between London and Singapore from October 28 2014, please
visit www.ba.com.





Photo Credits: Nick Morrish, British Airways

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