No, it's not just you and yes, on quite a few days, air travel has truly become something of a hassle. As more and more options for affordable air travel become available, the skies have become more crowded and so have the airports.
Brussels Airlines reveals a brand new travel experience on board its long-haul aircraft. By investing 10 million euro per aircraft in a completely new Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy Class, the airline aims to offer a personal experience, recreating a boutique hotel feel at 30,000 feet.
Today, the demand for luxury brands onboard is stronger than ever with airlines seeking out that exclusive luxury brand for their passengers, especially the elite at the front of the plane in First Class.
Lufthansa Business Class passengers on long-haul flights (lasting more than 10 ½ hours) to and from South Africa, Latin and South America and the West Coast of the USA can now enjoy an enriched and relaxed night's sleep with the new Lufthansa Dream Collection.
KLM has just launched its smart, interactive voice-driven pack assistant on Google Home. Here, KLM assists passengers with packing their bags through its recently launched service bot called BB, who finds her basis in artificial intelligence.
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.
To continue to surprise its customers while affirming its role as an ambassador of fine French dining in the sky, Air France has constantly crafted its culinary tradition around two key principles - excellence and simplicity.