The Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER fleet operates in a single configuration, Version 2. Version 1 was a former layout, and is no longer in service.
|4 F (2013 F)
48 J (2013 J)
28 W (2015 W)
184 Y (2013 Y)
|This is our fleet guide for the Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER Version 2 aircraft. There are no more Version 1 aircraft in service.|
|777-300ER aircraft in service at 31st July 2021: 27|
How can I tell which Version I am flying on?
There is only one version of the 777-300ER in operation with Singapore Airlines.
If you’re flying First Class the seat map should show a single row in a 1-2-1 layout (row 1).
If you’re flying Business Class the seat map should show a 1-2-1 layout.
If you’re flying Premium Economy Class the seat map should show a 2-4-2 configuration from rows 31 to 34.
If you’re flying Economy Class, the seat map should show a 3-3-3 configuration all the way to the last row (row 62).
If the seat map does not resemble the above options in your respective travel class, it’s possible you’re flying on a 777-300 (non-ER), click here for details.
The 777-300ER Version 2 has four classes of service, and is now fitted to all 777-300ER aircraft in the fleet.
It has four first class seats in a 1-2-1 configuration, 48 business class seats in a 1-2-1 configuration, 28 premium economy seats in a 2-4-2 configuration, and an economy class cabin totalling 184 seats in a 3-3-3 configuration.
The 777-300ER operates predominantly medium and long-haul flights from Singapore – to destinations in Europe, the USA and Australia, as well as selected routes to New Zealand, Japan, Korea, India, China and Hong Kong.
777-300ER First Class
The 777-300ER is fitted with a single row of the 2013 F first class seats in a 1-2-1 configuration for a total of four seats.
This is a very small and private cabin right at the front of the aircraft, with only four seats occupying a single row which makes it the most exclusive cabin in the Singapore Airlines fleet.
There are no bad seats in first class in our opinion, so separating the best from the worst is certainly nitpicking. For solo travellers, the window seats (A or F) are an obvious choice if available.
The 777-300ER has a small intimate cabin of just four First Class seats in total, the most exclusive cabin offered by the airline, with the latest 2013 F seats installed (as pictured above) featuring extended curved privacy partitions.
Seat 1F is the furthest you can be from the single bassinet position in this cabin (which is at seat 1A, as depicted). While the presence of an infant in the First Class cabin is rare, it is a possibility.