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I recently reviewed  Singapore Airlines’ longest flight, from Singapore to Newark, and now I get to review Singapore Airlines’ shortest flight, from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur.

Both flights were operated by A350-900s, though the flight between Singapore and Newark was operated by the “ULR” version (ultra long range), featuring just business class and premium economy.

Singapore Airlines 115Singapore (SIN) – Kuala Lumpur (KUL)Saturday, December 15Depart: 6:40PMArrive: 7:40PMDuration: 1hrAircraft: Airbus A350-900Seat: 22A (Business Class)

Getting an A350 on a sub-200 mile flight sure is a special treat. At the door I was greeted by the friendly team of two flight attendants and the cabin manager, and was pointed towards my seat.

Singapore Airlines’ A350-900s feature 42 business class seats. This includes 26 seats in the forward cabin, in a 1-2-1 configuration.

Singapore Airlines A350 business class cabin

Then there’s the rear business class cabin, where I’d be seated, featuring just 16 seats spread across four rows.

Singapore Airlines business class cabin A350

Singapore Airlines business class cabin A350

Since I was seated at the very back of the cabin, I also peeked into the premium economy cabin, which consisted of 24 seats in a 2-4-2 configuration.

Singapore Airlines premium economy cabin A350

Singapore Airlines premium economy seats A350

Anyway, I had assigned myself seat 22A, the window seat in the last row of business class on the left side.

Singapore Airlines business class seat A350

I won’t talk too much about the seat as such, given that I’ve shared my in-depth thoughts on the seat in previous reviews.

Singapore Airlines business class seat A350

Singapore Airlines business class seat A350

Even though this was a very short flight, service was spectacular. A moment after settling in I was offered a bottle of water, along with my choice of juice or champagne. I didn’t have a pre-departure drink, given that I had a good amount of Dom Perignon in the lounge and a good amount of Krug on the previous flight, and I figured I had already maximized my enjoyment.

Singapore Airlines business class pre-departure drink

A few minutes later I was offered a warm towel, as well as a selection of reading materials.

Singapore Airlines business class warm towel

The cabin on this flight was empty. Of the 42 business class seats, only 16 were occupied. On top of that, I was the only person seated in the rear cabin, so I had all 16 seats to myself (not that there’s much you can do with more than one seat).

Economy was fairly full, on the other hand, though by 6:30PM boarding was complete. At this point the captain came on the PA to welcome everyone onboard and inform us of our flight time of 40 minutes.

At that point the safety video was screened, and we commenced our pushback.

Pushing back Changi Airport

SilkAir 737 Changi Airport

During the taxi out I checked out the airshow for our short 184 mile flight from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur (for context, that’s just over half the distance of a Los Angeles to San Francisco flight).

Map to Kuala Lumpur

We had a quick taxi, and at 6:50PM we were cleared for takeoff on runway 2C.

Taxiing Changi Airport

Taking off Changi Airport

Gosh do I love an A350 wing and engine view!

View after takeoff from Singapore

We hit some turbulence on the initial climb out, so the seatbelt sign wasn’t turned off until 10 minutes after takeoff.

View after takeoff from Singapore

View enroute to Kuala Lumpur

At that point the crew sprung into action to close the curtains between cabins, and of course I sprung into action to capture pictures of “my” private cabin.

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