Lie-flat Beds

Qantas to roll out lie-flat business class in A330

Stung by criticism over the business class seats in its latest Airbus A330s, Qantas is reportedly...

Airbus' new A350 XWB business class offerings

Airbus is planning ultra-comfortable seats for long distance flights on its new A350 XWB when the...

Premium economy vs split business/economy ticket?

One of our readers posed an interesting question last week. His employer is soon sending him on a...

All Qantas 747s to get fully-flat Skybeds

Qantas has confirmed its plans upgrade the older lie-flat-but-at-an-angle seat version of th...

United: first 787 Dreamliner by mid-2012

Update | United will now launch its Boeing 787 in March 31st 2013, on a route between Denver and ...

The lie-flat lie: business class beds and "beds"

If you're confused by the difference between a "lie flat" seat and a "fully flat" bed, you'v...

Qantas: no lie-flat beds for SYD-DFW

Business travellers on Qantas' fifteen-and-a-half hour flight from Sydney to Dallas Fort Worth (D...

Real beds for Lufthansa First Class passengers

If there's one thing better than a lie-flat seat in the air, it's an actual bed. That's exactly w...

Qantas set for international upgrade

Qantas may have more than twice the market share of its closest international rival but the Austr...

Asiana chooses A380

Asiana Airlines is gearing up to add six Airbus A380s to its fleet, although the Korean flag-carr...

Korean Air A380 has all-business class upper deck

Korean Air will dedicate the entire upper deck of its new Airbus A380s to business class, beating...

Thai Airways' three-class overhaul

For years Thai Airways has lagged behind its full-service competitors in terms of features for pr...

New Asiana business class for Sydney

Asiana Airlines' oddly-named but highly-regarded 'OZ Quadra Smartium' seat will be introduced on ...

Air France's two-metre long business class bed

Air France is about to begin rollout of its new just-over-two-metre-long bed next month as the Fr...