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Best Amenity kits in first class

by amit.uniyal 23. July 2014 05:06

Flying first class comes with its own set of luxuries raging from plush cabin seats, lavish meals, superior interiors, highly advanced entertainment options and the petite looking yet the perennial favorite among travelers, the amenity kit. This not so expensive yet effective gift pleases every passenger. It has become an integral part of the premium category flights, making the overall flying experience pleasant.

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The amenity kits for females and males are different and are packed with basic things needed by them during their flight. Packed in style these amenity kits generally contain lip balm, moisturizer, toothpaste, etc. Since all the airlines offer some or the other amenity kit to their first class passengers, it has become a matter of pride for the airlines to offer top-shelf brands, as it enables them to stay ahead in the competition. We have handpicked few airlines that as per us offer the best amenity kits.

Qantas provides its SK-II cosmetics, one of the most expensive beauty brands in the world in its amenity kit. The men’s version comes in a black twin-pocket kit containing SK-II Men Moisturizer Cleanser and Age Revitalise Moisturizer, Rexona deodorant, Gillette shaving cream, razor, and other amenities. Women’s kit enclosed in a snazzy red clutch bag packs a mirror, SK-II Stempower Cream and Facial Treatment Gentle Cleanser, and other basic amenities.

Cathay Pacific with its newly designed amenity kits offers men a smart and sassy bag designed by Ermenegildo Zegna containing Acca Kappa facial mist, moisturizer, and lip balm along with a nice and handy wooden comb. Women get a clutch designed by Trussardi containing Aesop skincare products like mandarin facial hydrating cream, rosehip seed lip moisturizer, mandarin facial hydrating cream, aromatic hand balm and bitter orange astringent toner.

Emirates offers a premium quality masculine brown leather bag for men, loaded the dapper and classic Bulgari products. The amenity kit contains foldable comb, Bulgari body lotion, after shave emulsion and EDT, tissues, Trueffut & Hill reusable razor, Axe Deodorant, toothbrush and Colgate toothpaste. Women are offered a chocolaty silky pouch by Bulgari containing  mirror, Bulgari Eau Parfumee Au Thé Rouge refreshing towlette, perfume, body lotion, face emulsion, tissues and toothbrush and toothpaste.

British Airways likes to call its amenity kits as ‘washbags’. The airline offer two distinct skincare brands Aromatherapy Associates for women and The Refinery for men. The kit provides especially tailored products for both women and men. The women’s kit contains eye serum, renewing moisturizer, hand lotion, hydrating cleanser, deodorant, lip balm and other regular products. The men’s kit comprises of moisturizer, shaving gel, eye gel, lip balm, deodorant and other regular products.

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Business class a must for long haul flights as per Ryanair

by amit.uniyal 18. July 2014 05:35

Business class is a must for long haul says Howard Millar, CFO Ryanair. The airline is famous for low cost and single class system on short haul.

Howard Millar, chief financial officer of Ryanair, said that long distance flights cannot be undertaken without business class. Long haul is not financially viable with only low-cost, single-class system. This system is pioneered by Ryanair and South West on shorter routes. For longer routes Ryanair will never fly with this system.


He further said that after executing a number of business models on it, the conclusion was arrived that it is not feasible to operate a long haul flight without including business or premium class. Due to this reason the airline will never provide long haul flights. Ryanair at present provides short haul and point to point service within Europe.

He further pointed out the staffing concerns that occurred in long-haul business and gave an example of Norwegian Air. He also said that the cost of long distance aircraft will also be expensive. There are already huge orders placed by Gulf carriers with the makers of aircrafts. This implies that there are few long-haul aircrafts available that too at exorbitant prices.

Oliver Sleath, analyst at Barclays, said it is difficult to operate long-haul flights without business class. These flights need structurally higher costs that low cost airline like Ryanair cannot avoid. There will be fuel expenses, passenger taxes, and other expenditures that cannot be fulfilled by providing only one-class, low-cost service. This explains why Ryanair has not started low-cost long haul.

Ryanair is an ultralow cost carrier of Ireland established in 1985. This airline serves 28 countries in Europe and Africa. The carrier is adding more flights on major destinations.

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BA first class fliers to get cozy sleep in Happiness Blanket

by amit.uniyal 8. July 2014 08:45

British Airways wants to leave no stone unturned when it comes to offering extra privileges to its premium customers. This time it’s no exception as well. The airline has decided to move ahead to the next level to make its first class fliers feel more comfortable than ever before.

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British Airways doesn’t want to see its first class passengers getting a disturbed sleep in any case while on long haul flights. In yet another innovative step, British Airways has developed a blanket which will now be analyzing the “meditative state” of its first class fliers. The airline has designed a “Happiness Blanket” to offer a blissful sleep to its customers. This unique blanket is made of wool and tiny fiber-optic LEDs are implanted in it. The passengers are required to wear a band on their head. The LEDs change color after brainwaves are transmitted through a Bluetooth from this band. When the LEDs color changes to blue then it signals that the passenger is calm, in utmost peace and relaxed during his/her sleep. This also indicates that the passenger is in a deep sleep. However, when the passenger is stressed or getting anxious then the blanket displays crimson color.

The airline however said that the high-tech blanket is currently under trail. Presently, this blanket will not be provided for direct use by the passengers. The airline will instead use the blanket on several volunteers who readily agree to make themselves available for the experiment during transatlantic flights.

British Airways through this trail will be analyzing the data collected from the blankets so that it will be able to make the in-flight experience of its first class customers even better. The airline wants to stay ahead in the race of providing the ultimate service and amenities in its first class cabins, particularly at a time when other airlines are providing posh linens and flat-beds to attract their premium customers.

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