First Class Interiors. Wednesday , May 16th , 2018 - 16:42:29 PM
Singapore Airlines has quietly upped its game to create a "super-first class" for well-to-do travellers. Its line of Airbus A380 double-decker planes now boast fully enclosed private suites designed by Jean-Jacques Coste who is better known for his range of luxury yachts. There are 12 of these private suites per plane each with a leather seat and separate full-size bed complete with Givenchy-designed duvets and cushions. The two middle suites can be transformed into double accommodation for couples.
If you utilize the same category of aircraft for your flights at least 80 percent of the time private ownership can also make economic sense. However if your mission changes regularly traveling long range on some flights short to mid-range on others sometimes with just one or two colleagues other flights with a whole team then looking to purchase a private airplane would not make much sense no matter how sweet the deal because one category of aircraft would not serve the majority of travel needs. Charter could be better for this scenario because you can always select the right aircraft for each flight. Some fractional ownership programs and jet cards allow customers to select among three or four aircraft categories (light mid-size super-midsize and large cabin/long range jets) and use more than one aircraft simultaneously providing another option for fliers who need access to several categories of aircraft.
However Emirates` top management believed there were several factors why the Middle Eastern airline was voted the best. Interviewed by CNN management was recorded to have admitted that Emirates is determined to retain the title by maintaining if not surpassing its core values. The top airline authorities further stated that with their wide fleet of aircraft and vast human resources comprising of its crew and staff they will keep working with their best at what they do best-providing the best service available in order to meet if not surpass consumer`s expectations.