Watch what it’s like to fly one of the most luxurious first-class products: the new Singapore Suites

Oct 16, 2019

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“We want to see Jean in first class” is a phrase we’ve gotten accustomed to reading in the comments of TPG UK YouTube videos. And you have a point.

TPG UK Head of Video Jean Arnas has appeared in all of our four-class reviews and has mostly sat in economy class.

Not anymore. This time, he’s flying in style.

We sent Jean to fly one of the poshest products in the skies: the new Singapore Suites. He got the full experience, too. Champagne, caviar, a full bed in the sky, you name it.

You can watch his full experience in the video below:

The best thing about Jean’s experience is that it’s actually an attainable product — even more so now that you can use Alaska miles to book Singapore Airlines flights.

Featured photo by Jean Arnas/The Points Guy.

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