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Flying High | The new altitude of luxury

Take a shower at 43000 feet? Lay underneath 600 thread Egyptian cotton sheets on your full size flat bed? A personal mini-bar? A spacious wardrobe and changing room? Chat with a friend on your own mini-sofa? Some airlines go a class beyond first and indulge travelers with sheer opulence.

 

 

Take a shower at 43000 feet? Lay underneath 600 thread Egyptian cotton sheets on your full size flat bed? A personal mini-bar? A spacious wardrobe and changing room? Chat with a friend on your own mini-sofa? Some airlines go a class beyond first and indulge travelers with sheer opulence.

 

 

Arriving at your destination revitalized and refreshed, First Class customers onboard the Emirates A380 can enjoy a state of the art shower system inside the two exquisitely designed walnut and marble Shower Spas in front of the plane. Shower assistants prepare the Shower Spa prior to each appointment, making sure that a selected signature shower kit with Timeless Spa and Bulgari products is waiting.

 

 

 

 

The Singapore Airlines Suites make regular ?First Class? looks rather ordinary. These private cabins offer a large hand-stitched leather seat and a standalone bed (not a converted seat), a lounge area opposite your seat with a table in between, meals are served on Givenchy designed tableware that match the Givenchy pajamas that will be waiting for you. Did we mention there is also a large bathroom with full size mirrors and a full length closet to hang your clothing, this space is more like a first class apartment than a suite?

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The downside of flying in luxury? You may never come down off that high.