With luxurious amenities, which include double beds, comfy bedding, multi-room apartments, widescreen televisions and plenty of storage space, passengers can now sit back and relax on their long-haul flights.
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Emirates’ first class/business class cabins are equipped with a seat, which converts into a fully flat bed with a mattress, and shutters to allow more privacy. To add to this, passengers get a personal mini bar with a wide range of champagne, cocktails and wines.
Etihad guests are greeted outside the airport by a porter and a concierge. They are then taken to a special check-in reception. After they have checked in, they can relax in the first Class Lounge or have a massage at the Six Senses spa.
The cabins themselves come equipped with leather seats, wardrobes and a chilled drinks cabinet. Those guests who are looking for the ultimate luxurious experience can book to stay in The Residence – an upper-deck cabin which has a living room, double bedroom, ensuite bathroom, butler and chef.
Korean Air’s first class cabins have a variety of suite options. The Kosmo Suites 2.0 have a sliding door which is see-through from the inside and a 79 inch seat. These suites are 26.5 inches wide and the seats come equipped with adjustable back support, a footrest and controls to change positions. There is also the Sleeper Ottoman and the Kosmo Sleeper.
All suites have personal LCD televisions, reading lamps and noise-cancelling headphones.
All Nippon Airways provide their first class passengers with a cabin which is just like a private room. They come equipped with comfortable seats, an adjustable dining table, a cocktail table and plenty of storage space.
The seats have LED personal lights, international telephones with personal satellites so that calls can be made in complete privacy, a do not disturb button for when you want some rest, a USB port and a wide-screen television.
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