1. Air Canada
Air Canada just added the completely upgraded Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft to its fleet of foreign travel options, as if travelling in Business Class with the airline couldn’t get much better. On international business class flights, improvements include the new Executive Pod, which lies flat. Additionally, the International Business Class service offers free kits including opulent spa goods, and there is mood lighting on board that is timed to different time zones to aid with jet lag. All Business Class customers have access to the Maple Leaf Lounge, which is available in a few foreign destinations as well as major Canadian airports, where they get first-rate treatment. The amenities on board include personal touch-screen TVs with hours of entertainment, gourmet food options, and premium wine and spirits.
2. Kiwi air
Despite the fact that New Zealand is one of the world’s most remote countries in terms of geography, this Kiwi airline will make you feel at home thanks to its plush 22-inch leather couches, first-rate on-demand audio, and practical self-service beverage stations. Passengers receive essential travel items including eye cream, lip balm, and moisturiser, socks, sunglasses, a toothbrush kit, earplugs, and a pen in an amenity bag. After a meal that focuses on local cuisine and fresh New Zealand food, lie down in your chair, put on your free noise-canceling headphones, and get some much-needed rest before your big trip to Australia!
3. Emirates Airlines
Emirates Airlines truly flies above the competition when it comes to high-altitude, high-class travel to Dubai or any of its extra more than 140 destinations. Enjoy completely adjustable chairs, complimentary champagne, and delectable canapés and lunches on your lengthy travel. Five-course lunches and dinners are served on bone china and beautiful linen, so forget the flimsy plastic food tray. After supper, go to the onboard lounge for some drinks and chitchat with other passengers. However, feel free to grab a cool drink from the built-in mini bar in your seat if you find yourself becoming too involved in one of the 2,000 entertainment channels playing on your own widescreen TV.
4. Etihad Airways
The national airline of Abu Dhabi has all the opulent features one would anticipate from the carrier representing the oil-rich emirates. Everyone in the 1-2-1 seating arrangement, which is present on all of the airline’s wide-bodied aircraft, has direct aisle access. Etihad’s Business Studios include customised mattresses, programmable mood lighting, and 18-inch touch-screen TVs for unmatched seclusion and luxury. For meal choices and wine pairing advice, speak with the food and beverage manager. Fortunately, the lavish treatment continues even when the wheels touch the ground. Business Class passengers who arrive early benefit from complimentary door-to-door limo service with a dedicated chauffeur.
5. Korean Air
With Korean Air, Prestige Business Class travel, you can expect an unforgettable flying experience. Get outstanding ground service, including priority boarding, advanced seat selection, KAL lounge access, and private check-in desks. You may also utilise the sauna and showers at the Grand Hyatt Incheon Hotel at no extra charge. Once on board, unwind in your own Prestige Suite, which features a complete flat, adjustable chair, an in-seat power supply system so you can easily charge your technology, and direct aisle access. In-flight extras include a world-class dining menu matched with top-notch wines, wake-up service, a luxury amenity pack, mood lighting, and mood lighting.
6. Oman Air
The first airline in the world to provide its customers both mobile phone and Wi-Fi Internet access was Oman Air. However, the Oman Airbus A330’s cutting-edge business class seats are the reason this airline made our list. Every passenger has direct aisle access thanks to the 1-2-1 sitting arrangement in these 77.5-inch long, lie-flat seats, which also have electrically adjustable backrests, leg rests, and seat-depth controls. The front partition of each seat has a 17-inch entertainment monitor that is completely compatible with personal electronic devices, so passengers may access their own movie libraries on their own seat displays for in-flight entertainment!
7. Qantas Airways
In the 1988 film “Rain Man,” directed by Barry Levinson, Dustin Hoffman’s eccentric lead character exclusively flies Qantas, and with good cause. As the straightforward but wise Rain Man points out, not only is the Australian airline frequently designated one of the world’s safest airlines, but it is also among the most passenger-friendly. The onboard lounge and delectable dinner menu were devised in collaboration with Rockpool, Australia’s most acclaimed restaurant company. Qantas International Business Class truly raises the bar for our favourite on-land comforts. Make sure to unwind after dinner with your personal on-demand entertainment system and a brief massage provided by your completely adjustable, fold-flat “skybed.”
8. Singapore Airlines
Take a journey on the opulent national airline of the small Asian city-state to kick off your trip to Singapore in style. Passengers are treated to a diverse selection of entrees and snacks, Champagne Taittinger Prelude “Grands Crus,” and coffee beverages like espresso and cappuccino while they are on board. Singapore Airlines’ lunch service is among the best in the air, with gourmet meals giving customers an extra-special in-flight experience. It has an exquisite seasonal menu prepared by an international team of chefs, including Suzanne Goin.
9. Swiss International Air Lines
On board Swiss International Air Lines, traditional hospitality is combined with cutting-edge design and innovation. Each business class seat converts into a roomy workstation with a power outlet, USB port, adjustable light, and LCD screen that can show material from a tablet or smartphone. Your chair may be folded flat to become a 78-inch bed with adjustable hardness and a massage feature when it’s time for a sleep. With a changing menu honouring the cuisine of several regions, flights leaving Switzerland provide passengers a taste of the nation’s storied gastronomic legacy. However, complimentary Swiss chocolate is always available to make your flights a bit more enjoyable, regardless of where you fly from.
10. Virgin Atlantic
Sir Richard Branson, the multibillionaire creator of Virgin Group, wants to alter the way we think about luxury travel. If Virgin Atlantic’s opulent Upper Class cabin is any indication of what he has in mind, we say bring it on! The suitably called Upper Class offers first-class luxuries at business class prices and gives passengers access to a private room with a spacious centre table, a multidirectional 10.4-inch TV, and an ottoman/guest seat. Would you like to extend your legs? Get a drink in the onboard bar and meet up with friends and coworkers there.