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Singapore Airlines vs Emirates

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Hello.
My wife and I are will be travelling to Europe (1st stop Amsterdam) next April, 2012. We have a choice of flying with either Singapore Airlines or Emirates.

Singapore airlines appears to have slightly better departure/arrival/layover times compared with Emirates - but Emirates is around $300 cheaper per person.

Could some experienced Fodorites please help us decide which airline would be best using the following as a guide?

1. Amount of room in Economy class
2. In Flight Service
3. Available Gluten-Free meal options

We would be using the following aircraft for your trip:

SQ: A330-300 --> B777-200ER and B777-200ER --> A330-300
EK: B777-200LR --> B777-300ER and A380-800 --> B777-200LR

Any help would be invaluable because we would like to book the flights as soon as possible. Thank you in advance,

Steve

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