Airline. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 07:54:31 AM
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.
Rolls-Royce aircraft engines are legendary, and you'd swear the company had an influence on British Airways cabins. BA's luxurious first-class demi cabins multitask to serve as workspaces, dens, and even places to stretch and sleep. Awake time can be spent viewing many video options or dining on your own schedule, not the crews. As a thoughtful touch, evening and late-night flights offer dining in elegant land lounges before the flight so you can maximize your sleep time in the air. In operation since shortly after World War I, British Airways self-proclamation as The World's Favorite Airline holds true for many travelers, and with a modern mission statement that aims, to be the best and most successful airline in the world, British Airlines tops the list.
For Singapore Airlines, spaciousness is key as SA may soon claim to have the biggest plane in the air. As of 2006 they are the first carrier to fly the new Airbus A380, which is capable of carrying up to 555 passengers in all. Even without luxuriousness of the A380, the first class experience is amazing. SkySuites are appropriately named and with only 12 of them in first class all are perfectly alluring. In addition, seats cradle you in Connolly leather allowing for the feeling of traveling more in a spacious Luxury liner than plane.
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