No Fooling Around on Singapore Airlines

By Robert Mark on October 31st, 2007

I have to admit I never gave this a thought before I read the story in the Times Online.

Singapore Airlines, the first carrier to operate the Airbus A380, seems to have gone to great lengths to be sure that no one on board the massive aircraft is using their comfy little private areas for anything other than real sleeping, even the folks that paid enormous sums for the private double-bed berths.

Same rules about no fooling around apply on the A380 as applies to other Singapore aircraft the airlines says.


What I’m wondering about though is that if these are supposedly private staterooms with locking doors that include beds large enough to hold two people comfortably, how does anyone at Singapore Airlines know what anyone is doing on their beds?

Would regularly checking on the passenger’s behavior be the job of the junior or the senior cabin attendant? Or maybe that’s a job for the jumbo’s captain?

“Hey, what’s going on in there?”

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One Response to “No Fooling Around on Singapore Airlines”

  1. Eric Says:

    I wouldn’t mind one of those beautiful SQ flight attendants checking on me every once in awhile.


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