Some of The World’s Most Luxurious Airlines
3 of The World’s Most Luxurious Airlines
How gorgeous would it be if you could combine the luxurious comfort of a five-star hotel with the Michelin star gourmet spread of a high-end restaurant in an air flight? We present to you three swanky airlines, each laden with dollops of generous grandeur and world-class hospitality.
1. Etihad Airways
Etihad is the Hermés of the Airline industry. They have the largest luxury airbus in the world. Among the many magnificent spaces of opulence that they offer, their Residence Suite takes the first prize. A sprawling occupant space with 125 square feet spread, the flyer enjoys a lounge, a shower room, a bedroom, sofas, suites, 32 inch LCD TVs and two dining tables. If this still doesn’t seem to accentuate your desire to travel with them, we want to tell you that they also offer personal butler services and pre-flight menu customisations. So get your assistant to book a flight and enjoy the view of the sky while swirling wine in your warm sheets.
2. Lufthansa Airlines
Class meets privilege in Lufthansa. A meal selection with diverse menus to accommodate the gastronomy needs of every passenger is a major highlight. They will go as far as making recommendations for diet-specific guidelines that your diabetic and seafood allergy appetite desires. You can wine and feast on the food while relaxing in their convertible lounge sofa bed and watching Nigella Lawson cook risottos on their gigantic televisions. They make it a point to make you comfortable, and this process begins way before your flight. You will find yourself getting preferential treatment in the airport itself. That highlights the importance they confer upon your class, standing, and prestige as an upper-class member.
3. Cathay Pacific Airways
Are you a connoisseur of premium art? Cathay airlines might be the right choice for you. They have got dozens of mesmerizing sculptures in their cabin. Add to it an extremely enviable premium vintage wine collection, and you will doubt if you are still in a plane or an art display museum. They promise organic Bamford linen beds; Hong Kong themed delectable menus, Betsy beers and warm service from a retinue of cheerful and ever-glad-to-help flight attendants. They have got the best space design. By the time you would have finished watching your favourite movie in their personal gallery, we bet the flight would have landed.