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Singapore Airlines

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eidsvold · 29/03/2003 19:47

We are off in a few days with Singapore Airlines - according to their website they supply bottles, nappies, wipes , food etc. Is it true?

I have packed all I need to be on the safe side but I was just wondering how other people found them with regards to flying with little ones ( dd is almost 8 mths)

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Alibubbles · 29/03/2003 22:02

eidsvold, not able to enlighten you, but have a great trip!

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Ghosty · 29/03/2003 22:09

I have flown with Singapore Airlines a few times amongst others and found them to be by far the best out of all the airlines! You chose well! They do supply all of that stuff although I have never used any of it as I tend to travel with all but the kitchen sink
The staff are always lovely and happy to help ... have a lovely time eidsvold ... going anywhere nice?

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eidsvold · 30/03/2003 09:44

Ghosty off to Australia to visit family and friends - all my family is out there and none of them have seen dd yet!!

Thanks for that - I have packed almost all but the kitchen sink!!

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suedonim · 30/03/2003 12:25

Eidsvold, hope you have good time and that you are spoiled rotten by your family!

In case news hasn't filtered through to the UK, there's a flu-like illness called SARS that is affecting SE Asia. The situation is changing all the time so you may need to anticipate a delay at Singapore as some airports are now screening all passengers. You can check out what's happening with WHO , or on the Centre for Disease Control site .

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eidsvold · 30/03/2003 13:02

thanks for that sue

I picked up the news about that about a week or so ago and have been monitoring the Aus foreign affairs dept releases and checking on WHO website - but I did not know about the screening of passengers. We are only scheduled for a three hour stopover in Singapore and then straight on to Aus. Will keep checking those websites though.

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