Japan’s All Nippon Airways has unveiled a peek into its $200 million Boeing Dreamliner passenger jet for international customers. It provides a picture of utmost luxury and comfort. The business class will feature fully flat beds and a seat back touch-panel LCD screens where you can watch a movie or play a game and bathrooms that won’t make you feel suffocated and instead provide more space. Other in-flight entertainment includes plug-in ports for laptops and USBs, an iPod jack on long-haul routes. It will have more giant windows and larger overhead luggage bins. Instead of the usual fluorescent lights, the jet will have soft blue-sky lighting. The airline has ordered 55 Dreamliners for domestic and international routes, and the first one is due to be delivered in August or September.