Airline. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 07:40:58 AM
As the National Airline of the United Arab Emirates, Etihad Airways aims to provide the utmost in Arabian hospitality as they travel from 68 destinations in 43 countries around the world. Five different seating classes offer an array of high-end features, with the Diamond First Class Suite being the most luxurious. Here in your own personal suite, enjoy a 6'8" extra wide bed that lays perfectly flat, your own food and beverage manager offering five star dining with fine wines, 23-inch widescreen TV, personal mini bar, massage chair, and complete privacy among other features.
Flying internationally can leave you longing for the comforts of home.True flat bed seats, expanded in-flight entertainment, and gourmet meals make "dining up" as delicious as dining out. Experience these and other in-flight amenities by booking a BusinessElite ticket the next time you travel overseas. You'll touch down rested and ready to go. With Delta Sky Priority, from booking to baggage claim as they say, you'll enjoy an accelerated and streamlined trip with shorter lines, early boarding and priority baggage service.
Founded in 1920 in Queensland as Queensland and Northern Territory Aerial Services, Qantas is Australia's largest airline for domestic and international travel, widely considered to be the world's leading long distance airline. Known as "The Flying Kangaroo", Qantas flies to 54 destinations in Australia alone, while servicing 65 domestic and 27 international destinations in total; they were even the first airline to offer a nonstop flight from Melbourne to Los Angeles in 1999. While flying international first class on Qantas you get to enjoy extra-wide sheepskin beds that flatten completely and an ottoman so you can even entertain a companion in your suite while mid-flight. You'll also get a luxury amenity kit that includes perks like skincare products, an eye mask, and a pajama set. In 2008 Qantas achieved the world record for commercial engine performance with 42,019 hours on-wing (which amounts to 1,000 return trips to the UK), using a Qantas General Electric CF6-80C2 engine on a B747-400 aircraft for nine years.
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