Singapore Airlines unveiled its highly-anticipated new cabin products which it will roll out on its Boeing 737-8 (737 MAX 8) fleet in the coming months. The airline will feature new, lie-flat Business Class seat on regional flights.

According to Singapore Airlines, all of the 737-8 will have a two-class configuration with 154 seats – 10 Business Class and 144 Economy – as the airline is set to introduce the aircraft on short/medium-haul flights across its network within the coming weeks. Among the destinations Singapore Airlines will introduce the aircraft on include points in Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, and Thailand, subject to regulatory approvals. Further details of the flights will be announced later.

Singapore Airlines said it has invested around SGD $230 million for the development, design, and installation of the new cabin products for its narrow-body aircraft.

“This is the culmination of three years of innovation and hard work, involving extensive customer research and close partnerships with designers and suppliers. As a result, we can now offer customers a premium travel experience across our entire full-service network, no matter how long or short their journey,” said Singapore Airlines Executive VP Commercial Lee Lik Hsin.

“This significant investment demonstrates Singapore Airlines’ commitment to maintaining our leadership position in the airline industry. As air travel recovers, our customers can continue to enjoy world-class products and award-winning service across our fleets,” Lee added.

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