Singapore Airlines A380 ✈️ “Double Bed” First Class Luxury Suites… Why have just one… when you can combine two…💎💎💎
Welcome to 1F & 2F… a tour of Singapore Air’s new A380 double bed first-class luxury suites.
Each suite measures about 50 sq. ft. and includes its own plush swivel chair upholstered in Poltrona Frau leather, a full-length personal wardrobe, a separate flat adjustable reclining bed with @Lalique bedding, pyjamas and slippers, a 32” touch screen tv, your own private lighting control as well as #Lalique designed crystal glassware used alongside #Wedgwood crockery during meal service.
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Finally got my hands on a “Superman” panel complete with 617 Squadron (the Dambusters) history! The panel came from Tornado GR4 ZA597 and sports the 617 Sqn code “AJ-O”. This code was originally worn by Avro Lancaster ED886, piloted by 22 year old Flt Sgt Bill Townsend DFM on the famous Dambusters raid of May 16-17 1943, officially named Operation Chastise. Townsend and his crew took off from RAF Scampton just after midnight as part of the third wave of Lancasters tasked with dropping Upkeep (“bouncing”) bombs on the mighty dams of Germany’s industrial Ruhr Valley. AJ-O was the only bomber to attack the Ennepe Dam, successfully dropping its mine but failing to breach the dam wall. Landing at Scampton at 6:15 am (the last aircraft to return from Operation Chastise), the crew of ED886/AJ-O were met by Sir Arthur Harris and other senior members of Bomber Command. Townsend was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Medal for his part in the raid, with five of his crew also decorated. He left the RAF in 1946 and became landlord of an Oxford pub before later settling with his family in Bromsgrove and working for the Department of Employment. Bill Townsend died in 1991. Lancaster ED886 crashed in France in December 1943, seven months after Operation Chastise. Tornado ZA597, meanwhile, remains in service and is currently deployed to RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus, as part of Operation Shader, marked with the tail code 063. For more information about Bill Townsend and his crew, check out Charles Foster’s superb Dambusters Blog. Charles Foster is the nephew of Dambusters pilot David Maltby and has created an invaluable resource about the raid and those who prosecuted it. 🇬🇧 #aviation#aviationlovers#aviationlover#aviationinstagram#aviationphotos#aviationgeek#aircraft#aircraftspotting#aircraftlovers#planes#planefan#planelovers#planefans#airplanes#planespotter#planespotting#avgeek#avgeeks#instagramaviation#militaryaviation#militaryaircraft#warplanes#aviationdaily#tonkatuesday#panaviatornado#tornadogr4#617squadron#dambusters#avrolancaster#militarymemorabilia