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Singapore Airlines

Country: Singapore
National airline of Singapore, worldwide international services
IATA code: SQ
ICAO code: SIA
Membership in the alliance: Star Alliance
Head office: 2 Orchard Turn #04-05 ION Orchard Singapore 238801 (Above Orchard MRT station), Singapore
Phone number: +65 6223 8888
Fax number: +65 6490 0596
Year established: 1947
Main bases and hubs: Singapore Changi
Fleet: Airbus A330-300, Airbus A350-900, Airbus A380, Boeing 777-200, Boeing 777-300

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Reviews & Opinions of Singapore Airlines:

08 August 2014 Kevin

I am very surprised to read any thing negative about Singapore Airlines. I have flown with many other carriers around the world, both in Economy and Business Class and I always come back to SIA. I fly regularly, every six weeks or so, with SIA between Australia and Asia and my experience with them has been nothing but fantastic. The ground crew and the flight crew treat each passenger with respect and warm courtesy and do every thing possible to make the flight comfortable and enjoyable. And Changi airport, what can one say except that this is the best airport in the world in which to transit. Well done SIA.

30 January 2013 Guest

Very good service, but some of the planes are old and worn

12 July 2012 Guest

will never travel with them again,they lost my suitcase between Singaore (their own hub) and HongKong on a business class flight from London-Sing-HK. Showed little interest, had to call everyday to get info, suitcase never returned, left with nothing on a long business trip and had to buy new stuff. Then had to chase them once in UK to force them to provide refund. Made a derisory offer and now going legal. Best airline in Asia, what a joke!!! Virtually no out of cabin customer service once things dont go according to plan and everyone single employee tries to pass the buck.

27 May 2012 Nicki

I spent much time researching the best airline option for flying fr om Perth to London alone (my husband) with a 3 year old and a 10 month old. I chose Singapore Airlines ahead of our usual Qantas patronage because everyone seemed to say they treated you better with kids on SQ AND importantly gave you a bassinet up to 14kg, wh ereas Qantas has a very strict 9 month cut-off regardless of weight. What a mistake. We will never fly SQ again!! We booked a bassinet through the travel agent and phoned the day before to confirm it, we were told it was first come first served so be there when check-in opened ie. 3 hours before take-off. We duly did so, yet were told no bassinet was available because we had not booked one (lie) and they had all been allocated already - a clear lie somewhere given only 1 baby had checked in before us. From there the lies flowed thick and fast; I refused to give up and suddenly a bassinet seat became available on the Perth-Sing leg!! But they fobbed us off on the Sing-London leg by claiming they had no ability to change seating and that would have to be done in Sing. I made them call ahead to ensure the reallocation was done and they promised that my husband would be paged in Sing and given his new boarding passes - another lie!! He ended up holding the baby for the 13 hour flight to London while trying to juggle food, toilet trips, entertainment, etc for a 3 year old. To make things worse there were spare seats dotted around the plane but no one bothered to try juggle seating to give my husband at least a spare seat to help him, and he gave up trying with the hosties when they didnt seem interested in helping. Shame on you Singapore Airlines, your reputation is a myth, you don't give 2 hoots about your poor customers, and as for the blatant lies I am appalled that you think you can fob off customers like that!! I will tell anyone interested in listening - DO NOT FLY SQ!!

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13 January 2017 Mike

Our airplane had a technical issue on the Moscow-Singapore (Airbus 350 SQ361 dep 3/01/17) leg on the journey to Australia. Passengers were kept inside of the airplane for 6 hours while the airplane was remaining on the ground in Moscow airport. SQ did not arrange return of passengers back to the terminal. Neither hot meal was served onboard (this might have breached russian law by the way) only a pack of chips within 6 hours. Crew provided little and infrequent information. Some passengers panicked and disembarked. We missed our connecting flight to Sydney and had to spend an extra 9 hours waiting for the next flight. As a result of the delay I was supposed to go to work straight from the airport after 38 hours of the prolonged joureney. I asked the airline to upgrade me so that I at least I could arrive in a better shape. I expected a "premium" airline to take steps to at least partly rectify their fault. However, Singapore's airlines acted as a budget airline. They suggested to do it for an extra payment despite having spare seats. The airline asked me to write a detailed letter describing what happend. I spent my time and did that. In return I received a standard email with apologies.

02 December 2016 Guest

I've just discovered that if you buy tickets online, Singapore Airlines may charge a higher ticket price if you buy two tickets at once rather than two transactions of a single ticket. Stinks. Cost me an extra $200 for Canberra - Amsterdam return.

24 November 2016 Guest

Cant get my boarding pass to print, it wont even apear on the app

19 November 2016 Guest

Can anyone please give me a rational answer as I've been sent from pillar to post.I am the holder of an International Teacher Identity Card ( ITIC). My query is that I am on a one way ticket home after completing a teaching stint. Do I qualify for the 10 kg extra baggage that students qualify for. I have been told that I do whilst others say I don't. I would appreciate an answer as soon as possible as I'm travelling on 1 December 2016. Thanking you in anticipation Kind regards

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