I suspect I'm worrying about nothing, but I'm a little confused over what power plugs Singapore Airlines allows in economy on the ***A380*** (not bothered about their other planes).
From the various postings and pictures on the internet it looks like US/EU/AU. On their website though, they say:
1. A380, A340-500, A330-300, BOEING 777-300ER AIRCRAFT: 110V AC in-seat power supply available in all classes. **A universal adaptor is required** except on the A340-500 and A330-300.
2. SELECTED BOEING 777 AIRCRAFT: 110V AC in-seat power supply available in First and Business Class. A universal adaptor is required for plugs that are not compatible with the system. System supports Australian, Japanese and US 2/3-pin, and European 2-pin plugs.
That's confusing me because it's telling me I need a universal adapter for the A380, but the 777 110v specifically mentions Australian plugs. I'm off to Oz (Sydney) for a while, so I'd bought an Australian lead for my laptop powerpack. Can anyone confirm that this will work on the A380, or would I be somehow better off with my UK lead and a universal adapter?
Incidentally, I called UK reservations and they were uncharacteristically unhelpful. The chap said that they couldn't advise which plugs were accepted, hence the suggestion to take a universal adapter.