International airlines worldwide are leaving no stone unturned in providing the best and latest amenities on board the flights to their respective business class travelers. Let’s take a look into the offerings provided by different airlines to premium customers.
If you are traveling in business class by Etihad Airways then look forward to the airline’s latest amenity kits. UAE’s national carrier has recently launched destination-inspired amenity kits for its business class customers. These amenity kits have been exclusively designed for various routes, which includes New York, Bangkok, Melbourne, Rome and Sao Paulo. The airline has partnered with LuxeCity Guides to design the new kits. Each amenity kit consists of a customized city guide listing best hotels, boutiques, bars, spas, restaurants and shopping avenues, in addition to information on personal tour guides, specialists and services available in that particular city.
Qantas Airways, which recently updated its flying kangaroo logo and livery, has unveiled newly designed business class pyjamas. This unisex long sleeved sleepwear would be offered to business class customers traveling on international flights. The airline will be gradually rolling out the new pyjamas on long-haul flights from Australian cities to London, Dubai, Vancouver, Shanghai, Johannesburg, Tokyo, Beijing, Hong Kong, Singapore, Santiago, Hawaii, San Francisco, Dallas Fort/Worth and Los Angeles. Martin Grant, an Australian designer, has designed the pyjamas, which will be featuring “draw-string pant in more relaxing fit and a raglan-style top with a seam from the underarm to the collar bone”.
Qatar Airways has entered into a 3-year partnership with The White Company for designing new pyjamas to be offered in both first class and business class cabins. The pyjamas provided to premium customers traveling in both class would be made of 100 percent cotton and come along with matching cotton slippers, with a faux fur interior sole for more comfort and warmth. The sleeper suits will be provided to first class customers traveling on the airline’s Airbus A380 flights to Guangzhou, Sydney, Paris, Bangkok and London.