Singapore Airlines offers free Wi-Fi to passengers in premium class and PPS club members

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be offering free Wi-Fi to passengers who travel in its first and business class, as well as its top-of-the-line Suites cabin, according to a report by Todayonline. 

The free service will kick in from Wednesday, Feb 14, for customers travelling in premium classes on its Airbus A380, A350 and Boeing 777-300 Extended Range aircraft, according to an email the airline sent out to its customers. 

Photo courtesy: SIA
Photo courtesy: SIA

Passengers flying in Suites and first class will receive 100 megabytes (MB) of free Wi-Fi. Those travelling business class will get 30MB.

Members of the airline’s premium loyalty programme, the PPS (Priority Passenger Service) Club, will also receive 30MB of free Wi-Fi when they fly economy or premium economy class on the above mentioned aircraft types.

Their supplementary-card holders will get the same benefits.

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