tjcab
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A380 Suites And Medical Transport

Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:09 am

I was just wondering. If there was a sick/injured passenger that needed to be flown on SQ’s 380, instead of installing those cot-like things in coach taking up six seats, do you think an insurance company will pay for a suit? Can the beds in the suits be in bed config during take-off/landing?







 
tjcab
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A380 Suites And Medical Transport

Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:11 am

oops put the same image twice.

 
centrair
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A380 Suites And Medical Transport

Sat Oct 27, 2007 2:21 am

Sounds like a good idea. The A380 SUITES would be perfect but I doubt SQ would let it happen as they would take it on the chin...no matter how generous. If they did allow it, I would make sure that I get sick or seriously need medical attention while in SIN and need to be flown home just to be in the SUITE. If it is a Suit, then make sure it is Armani.
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