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7 High-Design Airplane Cabins for Chic Summer Travels

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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.

Bed mode inside one of Singapore’s new business-class seats.

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’ new business class offers elevated meals from an onboard chef. 

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.

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