Starting July 1, all KrisFlyer members flying premium economy and economy classes on Singapore Airlines will be eligible for free unlimited in-flight Wi-Fi.
This development comes after Singapore Airlines stated that it would be introducing changes to its meal offerings starting June 1.
According to Straits Times, Chief Executive Officer Goh Choon Phong said the free Wi-Fi is among the airlines’ efforts to improve customers’ in-flight experiences.
What the unlimited free Wi-Fi means for Singapore Airlines flyers
The new offerings will be a step up to what is being offered at the moment.
Singapore Airlines updated its unlimited Wi-Fi service in January, providing the service to travellers flying in its suites, first and business classes, along with the Priority Passenger Service (PPS) Club members.
Currently, KrisFlyer members in the economy and premium economy classes are eligible for only two and three hours of free WiFi, respectively.
What’s more, signing up for KrisFlyer is free, which means that all travellers can avail the service at no extra cost.
For non-KrisFlyer members in premium economy and economy cabins, free Wi-Fi still remains unavailable. However, the airline offers one-hour, three-hour and full-flight surf plans at USD 3.99, USD 8.99 and USD 15.99, respectively.
Some other offerings that Singapore Airlines has for its flyers
Starting June 1, the airline is bringing back appetisers for economy class main course meals for flights over three and a half hours. The main meal will also come with a bread roll, cheese and crackers as well as a dessert.
Not just that, bread rolls are being added back to economy class meals that are between an hour and a half to three and a half hours, along with a main course and dessert.
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