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What's it like flying with Singapore Airlines?

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Known for its luxurious, premium service and comfortable in-flight experience, Singapore Airlines is the flag carrier of Singapore and flies to 62 destinations worldwide.

But what's it actually like flying with Singapore Airlines?

With everything from airport lounges to in-flight food put to the test, we've written reviews on Singapore Airlines to help you decide whether the airline is right for your next flight.

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