Airbus' seatmaking arm Stelia Aerospace is now shopping a new first class cabin among airlines.
The Ultimate 17 represents the company's first foray above business class, where its staggered Solstys seats have proven popular with airlines such as Thai Airways, Asiana and Etihad.
The fully-enclosed suite concept sports double doors for privacy, with a single bed at up to 32 inches (81cm) wide and 79 inches (2m) long and a dining table for two, with your guest perched on an ottoman opposite the main leather-clad seat.
High-tech touches include a curved 32 inch video screen, wireless phone charging and an app so that passengers can control their seat with a smartphone or tablet.
Airlines can also spec up the suite with an optional minibar and wardrobe.