Everything [Useful] About Singapore Airlines Wi-Fi

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Singapore Airlines is setting new benchmarks in in-flight connectivity. After becoming the first Asian airline to offer free Wi-Fi across all cabins, the airline now lets you connect up to three devices on flights equipped with Panasonic systems.



Free Wi-Fi and Membership Perks

Singapore Airlines offers complimentary Wi-Fi to all passengers, but there’s a catch for those in Premium Economy and Economy. To enjoy unlimited Wi-Fi, you must add your PPS or KrisFlyer membership number to your itinerary at the time of booking, check-in, or even at the boarding gate. If you miss this step, you’ll need to opt for one of the paid plans:

  • 1-hour: US$3.99
  • 3-hours: US$8.99
  • Full Flight: US$15.99

For Suites, First, and Business Class passengers, unlimited Wi-Fi is a standard perk.

Multi-Device Connectivity

The days of choosing between your phone, tablet, or laptop are over. Now, you can connect up to three devices at once. This feature is currently limited to aircraft fitted with Panasonic systems.

Global Coverage with Exceptions

Singapore Airlines Wi-Fi coverage is nearly global. SITAOnAir systems lack coverage over India, Iran, and Turkey, while Panasonic systems offer global coverage. However, both systems are unavailable over polar regions, affecting specific flights.

Know Your Aircraft

Your aircraft type determines the Wi-Fi system onboard—either SITAOnAir or Panasonic. Here’s a quick guide:

  • A350-900MH: SITAOnAir
  • A350-900LH: Panasonic
  • A350-900ULR: Panasonic
  • A380-800: SITAOnAir
  • B737-800: No Wi-Fi
  • B737-8: Panasonic
  • B777-300ER: Panasonic or SITAOnAir
  • B787-10: Panasonic

You can identify your aircraft type on the Flight Schedule or Manage Booking page.

Conclusion

Singapore Airlines continues to lead in customer-centric innovations. The new multi-device connectivity feature is a significant upgrade, making it easier than ever to stay connected in the sky. Whether you’re a business traveler or flying for leisure, these updates have got you covered.

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