Airlines introduce “super first class” cabins to pamper the luxury-loving flyer


Blame it on the tough competition or the recession, but airlines are leaving no stones unturned to woo the elite flyers. The latest effort to please the first-class flyer has led to many airlines unveiling the ultimate luxury travel- super first class! Yes, now the already pampered first-class flyer can experience the ultimate luxury air travel courtesy of the new super first-class cabin that comes complete with a 6ft 7ins bed, leather interior, wash unit room service. You can find these super first-class cabins on the Etihad, Emirates and Singapore Airlines. The superclass cabins also boast of a 23-inch television, inbuilt massager, cuisine selected by famous chefs, and champagne’s choice, including Billecart-Salmon, Brut Blanc de Blancs 2002, or Baudry Brut Rose. Singapore Airlines has 12 super first-class cabins on its Heathrow to Singapore route, while Etihad has 12 cabins on flights to Abu Dhabi. Emirates has 14 cabins on its seven-hour flight to Dubai.

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As you know, luxury comes at a price; these super first-class cabins boast of extremely high price tags. Singapore Airlines offers the most expensive cabin, charging $5756 for a one-way super-class ticket from London to Singapore. On the other hand, Etihad charges $3468 for a one-way first-class ticket to Abu Dhabi, while a one-way cabin ticket from Heathrow to Dubai with Emirates costs $3662.
[Deluxeblog And The Australian]

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