Premium fliers are used to living life king size. But more is coming your way now. Airlines in a mad scramble to attract wealthy passengers more are readying to pamper like never before. So, get ready to be treated a class apart. Airlines know that whatever they are taking for providing enhanced perks should be worth for your money and you are not let down in any case.
Just sample what’s all coming your way when traveling on first class or business class flights. The amenities provided until now goes far beyond comfy chairs and gourmet meals. The airlines have now decided to focus increasingly on passengers who are ready to spend more in order to make their journey luxurious. If you are among those lucky privileged customers, the airlines will now ensure that you don’t have to mingle with the masses while coming out or passing through the airports.
Get ready to have access to private suites that have been essentially designed for the royal family. But, hold your breath for a while. This privileged access will come to those flying in first class or business class and ready to pay an extra $2,500 at London’s Heathrow Airport, where these private suites have been opened. Fliers that use the private suites would have their individual immigration as well as security screening. American Airlines and United Airlines are offering a private check-in area at their terminals in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago and Newark. The exit for privileged travelers would be through hidden doors that lead right to the front of security lines.
Treat yourself to a Porsche drive from one aircraft to another without ever entering the terminal. This offer is for privileged customers traveling on Delta Air Lines from Minneapolis, New York Los Angeles or Atlanta. Similarly, United Airlines is offering a drive in Mercedes-Benz GL-Class for the privileged ones at Newark, Houston and Chicago.