Luxury cabins come with a price, but luxury cabins also come with queen-sized beds, personal showers and flat screen TVs, especially in a long flight when your muscles need relaxation. There are many airlines which provide world-class luxury experience for those who are willing to pay for it. By Swastika Mukhopadhyay
How about a flight with your own bathroom, a living room and a butler? UAE’s national airline offers a buffet of these type of luxury flights. But the one that you’re looking for is the ‘residence’ experience. This comes with a private bathroom, a butler and yes, a living room. You will find nice toiletries and bathrobes inside the bathroom, as well.
Titled Skytrax Airline of the year in 2016, Emirates surely has luxury written all over it. With a Mercedes-Benz inspired décor, the first-class suite features virtual windows, 40 square feet of space and absolute privacy.
Being the recent airline to bag a five-star rating from Skytrax, this airline offers fine dining, various entertainment options, a limousine service and the permit to use a private first-class terminal.
4. Air France
Air France ranks a good position in the list of luxury cabins with its La premiere first-class suites. With a six-and-a-half-foot long bed and menus selected by French Michelin star chefs, you can experience the luxury French style! Not only that, Air France offers transfers onto private jets if you wish to travel within France.
Singapore Airlines features beds that are 35 inches wide and 82 inches long on some of their selected airlines. To provide their guests with extra comfort and luxury, the beds are topped with an additional mattress. Enjoy their plush and spacious seats. You can also score a private suite.
Considered one of the finest airlines in the world, this Japanese airline treats guests exactly the way they should be treated. You can indulge in Michelin star quality dining, be cosy in your organic cotton and cashmere blankets, and also catch few movies on your 23-inch LCD touchscreen, all in your own private suite.
Find yourself in a little pod that turns into a bed. You will also get your own personal TV, pajamas and a LED touchscreen that lets you control the lights. What else do you need?
Welcome to the Skytrax Airline of the year for 2017 and experience world-class flying with flat-bed seats, 4000 entertainment options and personalised dining.
Luxury suites that come with 23-inch entertainment screens, Porsche design amenity kits and exquisite Japanese and Western cuisine, Japan Airlines surely marks itself in the list.
Fly in Qantas first-class cabin and you can avail the complimentary spa treatments, gorge on the lip-smacking gourmet dishes from the menu designed by Neil Perry and sleep in Martin Grant designer pajamas. Oh! they also provide a chauffeur service! That sounds fancy.