These 6 Airlines Have The Fanciest First Class Amenities
We love traveling as much as the next person, but we often dread the voyage that it takes to reach our final destination. Flying can be a serious pain, especially when you’re squeezed into the tiny seats in economy. But when you have the kind of income that pays for penthouse apartments and private yachts, flying becomes a treat instead of torture. These six airlines offer all the luxuries that money can buy at 35,000 feet in the air.
If you’re flying AirFrance on a Boeing 777-300 airline, you can book a private suite in the extravagant La Première cabin for $10,000. This steep price gets you a seat that turns into a full-size bed, complete with a memory foam mattress, soft pillows
Airbus A380 is currently the world’s largest passenger airplane. Although the production of this airliner will stop in 2021 due to lack of interest by major airlines, if you’re flying Emirates or Qatar Airways, you can still enjoy it for a couple of years. When flying Qatar Airways on
Emirates’ first class cabin on its Boeing 777 airline features private pods with actual floor-to-ceiling doors that you can close for privacy. In your own little pod, you can take advantage of adjustable lighting, temperature control
The beds in Singapore Airlines’
Get access to your own onboard private apartment when flying first class with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates. The private apartment comes equipped with a 6-foot-10-inch-long fully flat bed and a separate armchair. It also has a vanity unit with a lit makeup mirror, a private shower with a bathrobe and complimentary loungewear. How does all of that for the price of $30,000 for a one-way ticket sound?
If you fly first class with Lufthansa, you gain access to valet parking at the airport and you’re greeted by a personal assistant at your terminal. You also get to enjoy countless luxury amenities, including a wide reclining seat and Michelin-star cuisine onboard accompanied by fine wines. Cheers!