If you fly business class, you know it's comfortable the service is usually spot on.
"The luxury international travel market is extremely competitive, prompting major air carriers to renovate existing business class cabins," says Julia Graft, public relations manager for FlyFirst and FlyFirst.com. "With all of the new aircraft entering the international travel marketplace, we felt it was time to evaluate the strengths and amenities of some of the most notable new business class cabins."
Let's take a look at where FlyFirst ranks your favorite airline.
New this year on Japan Airlines are the business class suites. You get privacy and quiet on your long-haul flight. Seats recline to a flat 6.1 feet for that "bed like" feel. They also offer wide-screen monitors for watching movies and TV, and every seat has aisle access. The Sky Suites are coming this fall and next year, so get ready.
Cathay Pacific's seats stretch to 6' 10". You also can customize your business class area to make you comfortable. Great service is always offered on Cathay Pacific, with excellent food and a fair price.
Not familiar with Oman Air? You should be for their great decor, attentive service and wide seats.
According to FlyFirst, Qatar has a new business class set up on their 787 Dreamliners. They also offer great headrests and a slew of power outlets for all your gadgets.
EVA Air gives you a ton of room in between seats for extra privacy. Service is excellent.
A great list put out by FlyFirst. FlyFirst offers savings on hundreds of domestic and international routes each day. For more information, go online at FlyFirst.com.