Lufthansa has an excellent reputation for its first-class service and cabin, but its current business-class seat is a little closer to average. It’s a good lie-flat product, but slightly behind the times with a dense 2x2x2 configuration.
El Al has announced details of its forthcoming Boeing Dreamliner aircraft, as part of a self-proclaimed “New Path”.
The Israeli carrier will take delivery of the first of 16 new B787s in August, with the aircraft being rostered onto flights to Europe at the end of October, before being “gradually integrated into EL AL’s long-haul destinations in North America and the Far East”.
United has completely revamped the way it will pamper business class passengers who fly on Polaris equipped aircraft. Today we get far more details on what that means.
American Airlines is splitting its future longhaul fleet into a total of five business class subfleets as a result of the failure of Zodiac Aerospace to deliver the airline’s bespoke Concept D product. American’s 787-9s will get the new Super Diamond replacement, the 787-8s stick with Concept D, and the 777-200ER fleet gets split into three versions across capacity and seat type, with either Concept D or Super Diamond.
Lay back, relax and enjoy the flight in the comfort, privacy and exclusivity of your own suite. Delta Air Lines is redefining international business class travel with the introduction of the Delta One suite, the first business class cabin to feature a full-height sliding door at each suite.
How many times have you been tempted to pony up the extra money at the airport and pay for a business class upgrade? After an exhausting trip, stuck in line behind a group of wailing infants, your tolerance for anything less than first class on the return trip may be spent. If you do not fly enough to receive the occasional free upgrade, be prepared to pay for the privilege.
With the aspiration of making weary business travel a relic of the past, United Airlines today unveiled its all-new United Polaris business class, the airline’s most significant product transformation in more than a decade, featuring a reimagined, sleep-enhancing, departure-to-landing experience for intercontinental travelers.
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are upgrading their premium travel for domestic passengers. Experts say the carriers are trying to attract more business travelers. American is now offering a double and triple points promotion when you purchase and fly on a First or Business Class ticket through December 31, 2015.