Qatar Airways’ highly-anticipated, groundbreaking new Qsuite First in Business Class product will make its debut in the United States next month, arriving at New York City’s John F. Kennedy Airport on December 16th, 2017, followed shortly by D.C.’s Washington Dulles International Airport on January 16th, 2018.
Game-changing, fully enclosed private suites in First Class inspired by Mercedes-Benz. In addition, completely refreshed look, meticulous design details, new seats and materials feature in multi-million dollar upgrade across all cabins.
It's one thing to fly, and quite another to soar! These are the dreamiest private suites in the air with butlers, private bathrooms, massages, gourmet chefs, high tech entertainment, a selection of world-class champagne and caviar and much more.
Stretch out and relax on flat-bed seats, explore new worlds through global cuisine, and make new friends over fine wines and exclusive spirits in the Onboard Lounge. Remix business with pleasure when you fly Business Class.
Etihad Airways has unveiled a new partnership with leading global aircraft charter specialist Chapman Freeborn, to complement its exclusive The Residence and First Apartment cabins, both available on the airline's Airbus A380 fleet.
British Airways today announced that from March 27, 2016, customers in San Diego will be able to fly to London in First class, as the airline introduces its larger, four cabin Boeing 777-300 on to the route.
Lufthansa First Class passengers and Lufthansa Private Jet guests can now enliven the waiting time before their next take-off with a unique experience–taking a Porsche 911 or Panamera for a spin through Munich, the sub-Alpine landscape or Lower Bavaria.
American Airlines continues to elevate the flying experience for its customers with more comfort and choice by adding the new two-class Embraer 175 (E175) to its twice-daily, nonstop American Eagle service between two of the world's most important markets for the entertainment industry - Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR).
In the 1960s, jetliners changed passenger travel forever. They also changed the lives of a few fortunate women. Go back to this golden age of commercial flight, when pilots looked like movie stars, passengers ate seven-course meals, and young, charming stewardesses became the glamorous faces of the industry.