Business class passengers can now expect a lot more than just a good nights’ sleep. The world’s most opulent airlines are treating their working passengers to the kind of services you’d expect only in First.
Fly Qatar Airways, and you’ll get meals and snacks lovingly prepared by international chefs such as Nobu Matsuhisa, Tom Aikens, Vineet Bhatia and Ramzi Choueiri, who have multiple Michelin stars between them.
Fancy a drink? You can head straight to the lounge, where a luxurious central bar is adorned with fresh flowers and chandeliers are finished in gold.
Etihad Business flyers get bed that fully reclines, as well as the ability to adjust the firmness of the seat, in-seat massage and lighting, all at the touch of a button. There’s a personal 18-inch touch screen TV with noise-cancelling headsets.
With Emirates, Business travellers on A380 and Boeing 777 aircrafts will get a lie-flat bed – and all Business travellers have access to laptop power, a side table for work and their own personal mini-bar.