Airline. Tuesday , December 19th , 2017 - 07:53:35 AM
Swiss Airlines have had a longstanding reputation for courtesy and efficiency, and so far their reputation remains solid topping some of the best airlines around. All the expected luxury appointments and services are present but for those wishing for a bit more, your inner techno- geek will appreciate too-cool features that are all too entertaining to ignore. For one, your video monitor can display flight data, such as air speed, distance flown and distance remaining. While such technology has been around for years, Swiss, always innovative, has upped the ante: two onboard cameras let you watch the world in front of the aircraft as well as below it.
Considering that famed Sir Richard Branson is at the company's helm, you're going to get your money's worth and then some. Virgin poses a strong argument for first-class -- ahem, Upper Class Suite -- travel, for which the carrier is quick to suggest it offers more spacious appointments than competing airlines. Either way, you'll love the pampering, including the surprisingly roomy beds, which convert from your seat. If all you want is a good night's rest, Virgin also accommodates this desire: Certain Upper Class overnight flights feature the "Snooze Zone," with dimmed lights and minimal distractions. Virgin America is a new, California-based airline that is on a mission to make flying quality again, with brand new planes, attractive fares, topnotch service, and a host of fun, innovative amenities that are reinventing domestic air travel. With fleet-wide in-flight internet, mood-lit cabins, custom-designed leather seats, power outlets, and a video touch-screen at every seat back offering guests on-demand menus and countless entertainment options the Virgin America experience is unlike anything else in the skies.
With a slew of awards under their belt including 2010 Air Transport World 'Airline of the Year,' Air New Zealand continues to impress with exceptional customer service and Luxury accommodations. Their Business Premiere class offers guests a 22-inch wide seat that transforms into a six-foot lie-flat bed; personal entertainment center with an expansive list of TV shows, movies, music videos, and games; and food options like pan seared snapper, braised beef short rib, and passionfruit panna cotta. New amenities have been added to the already opulent features including touch-screens to operate in-flight entertainment and food orders.
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