The year 2017 has so far proved to be somewhat busy for the business travel world. However, there’s more to come promising to make business class experience even more comfortable and luxurious. Let’s take a look at the offerings by world’s three leading airlines for their premium customers.
When it comes to serving premium customers, the 7-Star airline Qatar Airways has always remained much ahead than other international airlines in the world. Qatar’s national carrier has in fact been a leader in setting a benchmark for its global rivals. The airline is launching its ultra-luxurious Qsuite for its wealthy, privileged customers. The business class suites will debut on Doha-London route in June 2017. The Qsuite offers various amenities, such as its middle seats can be converted into a double bed, the two sets of middle seats can be opened up for being used as a shared space by four friendly flyers, and sliding doors for privacy.
Singapore Airlines is revamping its 10-year-old Airbus A380 aircrafts fleet. The new superjumbos will have exquisitely designed first class suites installed on them. The first class suites would be relocated to the upper deck. Apart from this, the superjumbos will also have new business class seats as well. The airline is additionally planning to launch same business class seats on its new ultra-long range Airbus A350 aircrafts in late 2018, which will be used for resuming nonstop flights to New York and Los Angeles from Singapore. The aircraft would also be launched to a third US destination, which is yet to be named.
Delta Air Lines
Delta Air Lines has also decided to raise the bar for its business class customers by introducing Delta One suites on new Airbus A350 aircrafts. The Delta One suites would be equipped with many amenities, including privacy doors, spacious stowage compartments for storing laptops, headphones and shoes, working tables, UJSB and AC power sockets, and an 18-inch HD video screen for in-flight entertainment.