In late January 2023, Singapore Airlines became the first carrier in Asia to offer unlimited free Wi-Fi to its Business Class passengers, following a five-month long trial across all its wide-body and Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.
It’s a significant shift from the airline in a few short years, with a 100MB connection costing a whopping US$23 (over S$30) back in 2018, 28% more than low-cost subsidiary Scoot was charging!
Thankfully there have been progressively expanded free allowances and reduced costs rolled out since then.
Most importantly, if you’re flying in Suites, First or Business Class, or are a PPS Club member or supplementary cardholder, there’s no longer any concern about costs on Wi-Fi equipped aircraft in the fleet, with a full-flight unlimited connection on offer.
Which aircraft have Wi-Fi?
All Singapore Airlines aircraft, with the exception of a small fleet of seven Boeing 737-800s, have high-speed Wi-Fi capability.