adrienne. Airline. January 23rd , 2018.
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.
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.
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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