Caviar on-demand, Giorgio Armani amenities bags, and optional dining rooms, Qatar Airway's new first class suites on the Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger airliner, are something out of a James Bond 007 flick. We're getting our first look inside Qatar Airway's new first class suites, which will begin to offer direct flights between London's Heathrow and Doha for jet-setters with plenty of cash. Utilizing the upper deck of the A380, eight first-class "suites" will offer ultra-wide seatsmade of woven fabric, leather, and engraved with copper where passengers can watch hundreds of on-demand movies through their HD video screen that can be moved to make way for a fold-out dining table. The cabin also offers two "spa-like" bathrooms with sensor-operated facilities and enough room to join the mile-high club without pulling a muscle. And, if you want to do some high-flying hobnobbing, a chandelier-adorned, Arabian-themed inflight lounge offers a "sanctuary in the sky." Fares for the round-trip flight in first class begin at 5,000 euros and are expected to begin service this month.
via Daily Mail