The seats have a fully-wrap around wall for complete privacy and a flat bed with an actual mattress. This is all on top of the gourmet chef on board and the 23.5-inch entertainment center.
Their first class cabins on the A380 don’t have seats, they have “suites.” The joint includes a huge seat with an ottoman (in case you have company), a partial wall with a privacy screen, and a 23-inch screen.
The seats on Lufthansa’s first class cabins don’t flatten out into a bed, and for good reason. The seats include a totally separate bed, so you don’t have to sit in whatever dirty things you do in it for the rest of the flight.
The straight-up living room of TAM’s first class includes a couch, private closet, and a full dining room table. Not to mention a 6’6 bed to knock out on.
Your completely private room on this flight includes a personal chef, minibar, 23-inch entertainment system, changing room, and is nicer than anywhere we’ve ever lived before.
All of your meals on Cathay are made to order personally and your seat can fit a companion over the table. And once dinner is done, you can boot them out and lay out in the bed while watching over 100 movies or 500 TV shows.
Besides all the baller stuff that’s in your own suite, you can also visit the onboard lounge for a few drinks, or unwind in the shower spa.
Have your flight with a ten-course meal that includes caviar, lobster, and probably some sort of fancy fungus we’ve never heard of.
The completely private suites can be booked with a private wine and champagne tasting, and if you’re not flying solo, you can arrange your suites into a double room.
High-tech aluminum boxes hold laptop drawers, cocktail tables, and a 23-inch screen that you can use to order food. They also have the sky’s first bidet toilet, so, you know, there’s that.