Business class

Fans roasted the model after she posted a picture on Instagram showing her asleep in a cozy coach seat wearing a Prada tracksuit.
The EPA head's habit of flying business or first class sparked outrage from some government ethics groups last week.
The Frankfurt Book Fair is over, but if you're looking for something to do before heading home, or want to think about making plans for next year, I have some suggestions.
10 High-Design Restaurants Worth Traveling For 3. You'll get some zzz's Like any broke-ass person resigned to coach, I had
Finnair offers customary business class amenities before you board: a priority check-in lane, an expedited security line
Except for the rare occasion when I am magically (or otherwise) upgraded, I fly coach. Why? Because for me, the plane ride isn't the point.
The amenities on Air France included a soft and soothing duvet (this one sans a light coating of cat hair), a down-filled
They are loaded with luxurious add-ons and bespoke services, brimming with champagne and caviar. But most of all, they have a great big whopping price tag to match.
I don't often sit outside of the economy cabin when I fly and neither do most of my friends. So when I or someone I know gets an upgraded experience it is fun to compare what the various airlines consider a lux experience.
On my recent trip to Europe, I was upgraded to business class for free, along with two of my travel companions. I had never flown business class internationally before.
After the past years of nickel-and-diming, it shouldn't surprise us that airlines are finding even more ways to cut costs and generate revenue, like decreasing service and flying at a higher capacity. Honey, they shrunk the airline seats. Take it as a sign of the times.
I have learned elsewhere in the world there are airlines that people love, Love, LOVE. Both Emirates and Etihad Airways based in nearby Abu Dhabi are two such carriers. That's what makes Etihad's new television commercial so interesting.
Flights across the U.S. are about to get a lot more comfortable for business class passengers. United Airlines announced
I recently subjected myself to flying over the holidays. It made me pine for something supremely masochistic: the return of my to-the-knee non-walking casts.
How do you put yourself in a position to gain that premium seat -- without the additional stress of racing to the airport or knocking down fellow passengers for the sake of an upgrade?
The entire flight was under Ted's control, he knew it, and it was almost a dictatorship. No fun, no class, and mixed with a bit of fear to stand up, or even to sit in your seat.
One of the best parts about flying in the front of the plane is that the airlines dole out amenity kits packed with all those little things that make long-haul flights more comfortable
Flying is a bit like playing Russian roulette: you never know who will be sitting next to you for those long hours.
The gracious "Singapore Girl" flight attendants in their custom-made, sarong kebaya uniforms -- a traditional Malaysian style of long dress -- were rarely without a smile on their faces.
As the lines to the back of the jet get backed up with people, the commoners get a glimpse of what is offered in front of them. They are teased as the upper class fidgets with their electronic massage seats while sipping on cold red wine and munching on salted nuts.