These are officially the 9 best business class cabins in the world for 2016


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4) Etihad Airways – The Business Studios on A380 and 787 Dreamliner offer more space to work, rest and play. It comes with with forward and rear facing seats that reclines into fully flat beds, offering you increased personal space with direct aisle access and convenient storage spaces. We especially like the Scaramouche + Fandango amenity kit and their customized Etihad Airways LUXE City Guides.
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3) Singapore Airlines – Singapore Airlines new Business Class seats offer two new seating positions—the Lazy Z, a cradling position and the Sundeck, a lounging position. This 28-inch seat transforms into a 78-inch bed when you’re ready to turn in. There’s also ample storage space with a side console that lets you stow and conveniently reach for your laptop, in both seat and bed mode.
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2) Air New Zealand – They have some of the best lie-flat beds in the business. The signature chalk colored luxurious 22-inch-wide leather armchair converts into a 6-foot, 7.5-inch lie-flat bed and sports a thick memory foam mattress, cozy duvet and two full size pillows. There’s also an ottoman footrest that doubles as a visitor’s seating.
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1) Virgin Australia – Virgin calls it The Business where service begins even before you board. Priority check-in, priority boarding and access to the Virgin Australia lounge at the airport are some of the perks. Once onboard, stretch out in your own private suite and enjoy the luxurious comfort of an 80 inch fully flat bed with luxurious pillows, duvet and Julie Grbac designed pyjamas while you refresh with a Mandarina Duck amenity kit and REN Skincare products. Multiple lighting options, spaces to work, an 18-inch screen, and charging points add to your comfort. A welcome champagne, bespoke Luke Mangan designed dining options, and a drink at The Bar throughout your flight makes this one of the best business class seats in the sky.

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