Air France has been working on some recent updates, including their new business class seat available on their Dreamliner, and more recently the business class lounge in Charles de Gaulle International Airport.
The airline hired Brandimage to help take the brand on a whole new level, which is strongly present in this upgraded lounge. From online to airport, the carrier will continue to transform their older look into one that’s more fresh, current and inviting.
Finnair has recently upgraded their business class cabin to one that’s more clean and minimalist by changing out the interior colors, pillows, blankets, plates and glasses, and amenity kits.
Similar to that of Lufthansa’s Business Class, Finnair’s new cabin interior portrays Northern European nature. According to the Head of Cabin Interior Development at Finnair, David Kondo, their “new seat textiles and comfort amenities have a fresh and modern aesthetic that is inspired by Nordic homes and landscapes”. From the soft white that represents snow, to the mix of grey and off white that depict birch trees, the new cabin is as refreshing as a morning hike in the mountains.
It seems that more and more airlines are upgrading and opening new lounges around the world quicker than ever before—from Qantas’ new Heathrow and Melbourne lounges, Virgin Australia’s lounge in Hong Kong, to Air New Zealand’s lounge in Melbourne Airport, and United Polaris Lounge in Chicago.
The more recent ones are Korean Air’s first class, business class, and frequent flyer lounges located in Incheon International Airport, Terminal 2. They have been strategically built and positioned inside the terminal to allow travelers to check in, pass through security, and board seamlessly and efficiently.
And the best part? Each upper class gets its own special area for the best traveler experience. Let’s take a look at each one a little more closely.
A few months ago, Malaysia Airlines revealed brand new business class seats for their A350s, which will debut in two years. But the best is yet to come.
Their fresh first class suites that have also been installed on the new A350s are on a whole new level. Similar to that of the Delta One suite, Malaysia Airlines first class seats are uniquely designed for ultimate privacy—and there are only four of them in the primer cabin.
The design is a customized version of the business class seat by Thompson Aero Seating’s Vantage XL, which several different carriers have already installed on their A350s.
Let’s take a look what you can expect flying in first class on Malaysia Airlines.
With Valentine’s Day just a few weeks away, it’s time to plan your mini vacation with your significant other. But with so many choices, it can be hard to decide on which destination to spend a week or weekend in.
So to make things a little easier, we’ve selected the top five most romantic getaways where the two of you can relax and enjoy each other, and the scenery surrounding you.
Lufthansa’s new business class cabin that will debut in 2020 offers passenger sitting in the middle isle to feel like a king/ queen with it’s throne-like single seat.
But they are not the only airline that are changing the way you feel in premier cabins. Malaysia Airlines’ new business class on the A350 has large desk space on both ends of the seat, enhancing the amount of space around you (similar to that of Lufthansa’s new cabin).
Artificial Intelligence, better known as AI, has become extremely popular within the past few years—from Facebook’s image recognition, and Amazon’s shopping recommendations, to iPhone’s Siri, Amazon Alexa, and photo augmentation apps like Snapchat.
But that’s not all, AI is changing the travel industry as well, making booking tickets, checking in, and discovering new places as easy as pushing a button. But what will we encounter in the next few years? Let’s take a look at how AI will impact the future of travel.
Founded in the 13th century by Berger Jarl, Stockholm experienced extraordinary growth soon after with German influences, thanks to neighboring trade association known as Hansa. Now, it’s the capital of Sweden, spanning over fourteen beautiful islands.
Stockholm is a bustling city that has everything for every type of traveler that sets foot on its soil. From trendy cafes and endless museums, to centuries-old architectural buildings and five-star restaurants, the city has become a destination for over 13.5 million tourists (and growing) every year. So for those who are ready to set off into this gorgeous destination, don’t miss out on these hidden gems.
The flag carrier of Israel—EL AL—revealed their upgraded business class seat on their Dreamliner during the summer, and only a few weeks ago began flying their 787 to the US.
The airline’s business class cabin has been decades behind, which makes this refresh a complete game changer for EL AL, with fully-flat beds and a 1-2-1 configuration, in addition to soft finishes and excellent service.
For those of you who will be flying from the US to Israel and back on EL AL, here’s what you can experience aboard their Dreamliner while sitting in their new business class seat.
For $74,000 an hour, you can wine, dine, sleep and fly aboard the world’s very first 2,400-square foot private Boeing 787.
Designer Jacques Pierrejean and consulting firm Kestrel Aviation Management merged forces to create this stunning interior for the richest rich. It took two and a half years to design a one-of-a-kind aircraft, featuring a living room, master bedroom, bathrooms, dining room, guest room, walk-in closet and kitchen.
Owned and operated by Deer Jet, a Chinese aviation company, this $300 million jet is a dream that most of us will never get to experience. Nonetheless, thanks to the airplanes caretakers and blogger Sam Chui, we can now take you on a journey through the inside.