Singapore Airlines A380 Sex: It has been revealed the first customers of Singapore
Airlines Airbus A380 Suites, had been given the airlines strict rules about Sex
in Singapore Airlines A380 suites.
Singapore Airlines Company spokesman Stephen Forshaw has
told media “If couples used our double
beds to engage in inappropriate activity, we would politely ask them to desist.
There are things that are acceptable on an aircraft and things that aren’t, and
the rules for behaviour in our double beds are the same ones that apply
throughout the aircraft.”
The First Passengers in Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 Double Suite, Tony and Julie Elwood
The first customers of Singapore Airlines A380 double suites
(Which turns into double beds) Tony and Julie Elwood from Perth have publically
said: “So they’ll sell you a double bed, and give you privacy and endless
champagne and then say you can’t do what comes naturally, Seems a bit strange!”
“They seem to have done everything they can to make it romantic, short
of bringing round oysters; I’d say they shouldn’t really complain, should they?
“Though I don’t think they’ll have anything to worry about
from us the flight is so busy with people coming to see the suites, we wouldn’t
have the opportunity.”
So what’s The Business Travel Guru’s
opinion on this topic?
To charge passengers as much as
what Singapore Airlines does for these suites, then given the additional privacy
you have in these suites, Singapore Airlines should have no reason to complain
if loving couples get a little close, just imagine if you had a newlywed on
their honeymoon? I am sure they would not resist, along with the majority of
couples who would be lucky enough to be travelling in the double suite
I can only imagine Singapore
Airlines stance on this topic is their public view, given the Airbus A380 is
quieter than the majority of aircraft in the sky, and the suites are not sealed
or noise proof, they can but only take this stance.
So what’s your view on this topic,
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