United Airlines Non-Stop Between San Francisco and Singapore

United Airlines Business Class


Boeing 787 Between San Francisco to Singapore by United as of June 3, 2016

United Airlines started its longest non-stop flight from San Francisco to Singapore on June 3, 2016 and Singapore Airlines will follow on October 23, 2016.

Both flights operated by United Airlines and Singapore Airlines do not feature First Class cabin.





United’s Boeing 787-9s, Dreamliner, feature a total of 252 seats, including 48 fully flat BusinessFirst class seats, 88 economy plus seats, and 116 economy seats.

United BusinessFirst is a superior business-class service. The BusinessFirst seat reclines 180 degrees into a lie-flat bed and features a personal on-demand entertainment system with a 15″ touch-screen monitor. BusinessFirst amenities include laptop power, USB ports, noise-reduction headsets, amenity kits featuring Soho House’s Cowshed skin-care products, duvet-style blankets and a multi-course meal with complimentary wines.

One of the coolest things about the 787 is its windows. They’re the largest ever fitted to a passenger plane, 65% larger than any other. That means more stunning scenery to take in. Plus, no more closing the shades. The Dreamliner’s windows dim electronically with smart glass.

Because of the non-stop service from San Francisco to Singapore, United terminated its flight between Tokyo Narita and Singapore as of June 2, 2016.


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