|a slew of spiffy stews|
The entire lower deck is devoted to 399 seats in economy service, and the entire upper deck is divided between 76 business-class seats with lie-flat beds and 14 first-class suites with private cubicles.
If you are able to snag one of those top-level seats, you will also have access to two lounges and--are you ready for this?--a shower cubicle! Someone asked me if I would take a shower there. I replied a resounding YES!, absolutely!, simply because I could not pass up the opportunity to say I had done so. Techies are going to like features such as the 1,800 world-wide entertainment channels available on demand as well as Wi-Fi and satellite telephone service.
Having flown Emirates Business Class a few years ago on its Boeing 777, I can attest to the luxury, comfort, and food. I would love to fly this airline again if only for the memorable Indian black pepper chicken entree that still causes me to salivate when I think about it.
|customer John Briggs enjoys Business Class on an A380 flying from Bangkok to Hong Kong|
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