Customers travelling on select flights between Singapore and London will be the first to experience the new products from September, in First, Business and Economy classes.
Improved seats and KrisWorld in-flight entertainment system will be progressively rolled out to other routes as additional new aircraft enter service.
Singapore Airlines is investing nearly US$150 million to introduce the new products on an initial eight Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.
The investment programme will be extended as the new products are introduced on Airbus A350 aircraft scheduled for delivery in the years ahead.
Singapore Airlines agreed last year to be the launch customer for Panasonic Avionics’ next-generation eX3 system for the A350s, as well as the first to offer the eX3 experience on the B777-300ERs.
The new KrisWorld features larger LCD screens and video touch-screen handsets across all classes.
LCD screens will increase from 23 to 24 inches in First Class, 15.4 to 18 inches in Business Class and 10.6 to 11.1 inches in Economy Class.
Economy Class customers will also be able to browse through the more than 1,000 on-demand entertainment options by swiping or scrolling through the touch-screen monitor.