Singapore's Huge Airplane
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Singapore's Huge Airplane

by Shiomi
(Tokyo)

Singapore Airlines Airbus A380

Singapore Airlines Airbus A380

Do you know Singapore Airlines? It brought in a new airplane, the A380, the largest passenger plane in the world. The A380 is a double-decker airplane, and called “a flying luxury ship.”

For example, the A380 has a “suite class.” It has a full flat reclining seat, just like a luxury hotel's interior! In addition, in the suite class, its amenity goods are produced by Ferragamo!

However, how can Singapore can fly such an airplane even though it is a very small country?

In our last English class, we studied about Singapore. The Singapore student said in the textbook that most Singaporeans feel it's important to get along well together. The reason is “to keep the economy strong.”

It is a very interesting thing! So, that is the reason why Singapore's economy is very strong and aggressive, I thought.

On the other hand, Japan is not so appealing to the world, and is a small country, too.

I feel that we Japanese should follow like Singapore. But it is not important just thinking about the economy. The most important thing is looking all over the world. We must have the viewpoint, ”What's happening in the society?”

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