Pre-pandemic, the leading South American airline invested in a new business-class cabin, replacing its older, tired seats. Now, select 777s and 787s have a stunning business cabin with all-aisle access thrones designed by U.K.-based PriestmanGoode, featuring design influences from across the continent. Passengers will enjoy an 18″ TV, new premium pillows, bed clothes, mattresses with temperature-regulating and pressure-point technology, and design touches including black marble side tables, textured seat walls, and the airline’s upgraded dining offering.
Singapore’s A350-900 ULR
It might not be one of the newest cabins to grace the skies, but it is one of the most exclusive. At just over 17 hours in-flight, Singapore Airlines’ ultra-long-haul aircraft operates its most prestigious route between New York and Singapore. Inside, the aircraft isn’t your usual experience, with just 67 business-class seats and 94 enhanced premium-economy seats. Both are stunning examples of modern aviation design, with JPA Design’s business-class seats taking automotive styling and a monocoque structure to striking effect. It’s certainly the most comfortable way from the East Coast to Singapore.
Turkish Airlines A350/787
Turkish Airlines is known globally for its excellent service and dining both in business and economy. However, the airline has recently updated its cabin product, offering all business-class passengers on the airline’s new 787 and A350 aircraft all-aisle access and stylish flatbeds with added privacy. The cabin styling is both elegant and contemporary, with a distinct charcoal gray color palette running through the cabin. New amenities, onboard chefs, and complimentary Wi-Fi for business-class passengers make Turkish Airlines an airline that’s hard to beat right now.