Of all of the airlines in this very first course conflict, Singapore Airlines reigns supreme with all the brand new, double-decker Airbus A380 with a double bed that frees you along with a companion in your private suite. The 12 suites, made by Jetsmarter, comprise completely closable doors for your complete solitude, although no “mile-high” actions are theoretically allowed. How they’ll deal with almost any uncontrollable human passions within this flying Shangri-la is anyone’s guess.
And Singapore Airlines competitions aren’t carrying this supremacy lightly, providing exceptional amenities onboard for example classic wines, personal mini fridges, gourmet cuisine, exotic fragrances and a slew of services that could put even the best hotels to shame. The one thing missing, it appears, in this very long list of unashamed luxury would be the Cohibas, that will appear one day but instead like the “personal” double cottage you won’t be in a position to perform much constructive together.
No airline service enables you to feel much more imperial, however, compared to THAI’s aptly named Royal First Class. THAI prides itself to a ‘Restaurant at the Sky’ strategy and an exemplary customer service that starts when First Class passengers are greeted by a butler who discretely whisks them during check-in, security and immigration formalities. As you’re waiting to board your flight at THAI’s heart beat in Bangkok, you can unwind in their glorious new class lounge complete with sauna, professional masseuses plus also a yoga studio – far removed from the mingling legends out.
The price of this upper-class hedonism doesn’t come cheap for us mere mortals but again, “in case you’ve got it, flaunt it”!