I put little value in the travel advice given on TikTok or on Facebook Reels. Honestly, how much information can you provide in 1 minute or less? However, I occasionally see questions presented that I don’t know the answer to.
Such was this YouTube video informing passengers that business class seats on Singapore Airlines have narrow footwells but the bulkhead seats have much more space.
While I don’t usually sleep much on a transatlantic flight, I did manage to get a few hours of uninterrupted sleep.
That flight was about 8 hours. Our flights from Singapore to LAX and SFO are between 15-18 hours and will be some of the longest flights we’ll have ever taken. Undoubtedly, I’ll want to sleep at some time on the flight. So what seats should I pick in A350-900 Singapore Business Class?
According to the video, I need to pick a bulkhead or suffer from restricted legroom. Unfortunately, those seats are already blocked on our flights.
My choices are between two window seats, two middle seats, or a middle and a window. Despite the video saying the footwell is restrictive, this review shows that there is plenty of space for your feet.
For our connecting flight from SIN-SGN, we’re booked on a regionally configured A350 which has staggered seating.
As with the other flight, the bulkhead row is apparently blocked.
As a couple traveling together, what are our best choices on these flights? I can’t seem to find a consensus online and I seem to think that that we’ll have a great flight no matter which seats we choose.
Does anyone have experience flying on Singapore’s A350-900 Business Class? How bad is the angled footwell? Besides that, is there any part of the cabin that’s better than another?
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