Class Act 2013
Premium Economy Survey 2013
Finnair, Business Class
Turkish Airlines, Business Class
Aer Lingus, Business Class
Air Canada, Executive First Suite
EVA Air, Royal Laurel Class
On the Ground: I was eager to experience EVA’s Royal Laurel cabin, upgraded last year. Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is one busy place; as the airline’s hub, many flights depart at the same time and even with several premium check-in counters, there was a wait. The staff was friendly, courteous and extremely helpful. Once I reached the counter, check-in was quick.
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First- And Business-Class Survey 2013
In the never-ending quest to offer the very best premium cabins in the friendly skies, airlines continue to up the ante. In a day and age where lie-flat seats, luxurious amenity kits and 5-star cuisine in flight are de rigueur, airlines must become even more creative to attract discerning passengers who know what they want when it comes to the world’s first- and business-class cabins. Business travelers especially know the importance of a restful, comfortable flight; work demands they hit the ground running, and it all starts with the flight.