Ever wondered what it would be like when travelling on business class flights? It’s an awesome experience after all with the many perks and privileges that come along with it. If you still haven’t enjoyed your travel in ultra luxurious business class cabins and be counted among the privileged one, here’s great opportunity for you to consider taking a pampered flight at least once.
Let’s take a look at the branded amenity kits offered by some of the important international airlines to their premium customers when travelling in business class cabins.
Emirates Airline offers separate amenity kits to its male and female customers. The airline offers its male customers a two-tone bag consisting of a Bvlgari Top Box for cosmetics (contains 5ml eau de cologne, 40ml body lotion and 40 ml after shave emulsion); dental pouch, toothpaste and toothbrush; razor blade with shaving foam; deodorant; brush comb; and tissue. The female passengers are also taken well care of. The airline offers them beige or brown satin bag with a Bvlgari leaflet (contains 5ml eau de cologne, 30ml hand cream and 30ml face emulsion); tissue and refreshing towel; dental pouch, toothbrush and toothpaste; and brush comb and mirror.
The male passengers booking business class tickets on Qatar Airways are offered a stylised black Giorgio Armani bag consisting of ear plugs, eye shades, socks, lip balm, 75ml after shave balm and Acqua di Gio fragrance. The female passengers are also provided a Giorgio Armani amenity kit which also contains 75ml perfumed body lotion, Si fragrance and a hairbrush. The airline first introduced these amenity kits in April 2015.
The passengers taking business class flights on Lufthansa are offered two options of amenity kits depending on the route being flown. The airline offers a grey Samsonite bag or a striped mini-duffel bag. The amenity kits consist of Korres skin care set (lip balm and moisturizing cream); a sleeping mask; Uvex earplugs and headphone protection; socks; and teeth cleaning set (mints, smilecare toothpaste and teeth brush). The airline first introduced these two amenity kits in May 2015.