There will be 94 seats in premium economy — a class between economy and business class — and 67 business class seats.
“The two-class configuration … was a business consideration to meet market demand,” Singapore Airlines told AFP about the lack of economy seats.
“This configuration will also provide our customers with greater comfort on non-stop flights.”

The airline will operate the Singapore-New York flight three times a week.

The route will replace Qatar Airways’ Doha to Auckland route as the world’s longest commercial flight.
The Qatar Airways flight is a whopping 14,529km long.
The world’s second longest flight — until October, at least — is Qantas’ new Perth to London route, which flies 14,529km non-stop.