Domestic first class (in the United States) and international first class are simply not in the same analytical category. One offers a little more room with marginally better recline and a potential hot meal. The other typically features a...

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Categorized in: first class

It’s a good-news/bad-news scenario. American Airlines’ regional carrier American Eagle is upgrading the interiors of its Canadair CRJ-700 regional jets, to include 9 first-class seats. 25 existing planes will be converted; 22 new...

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Downgraded: The view on AirTran While US Airways has long had ads on the tops of their tray tables, which you only see if you pull the tray down, AirTran is going a step further and pasting ads on the undersides — the side you see during...

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Notice anyone missing? You know the financial crisis has gotten bad when investment bankers are forced to give up their paid business and first class seats. Merrill Lynch & Co., UBS AG and JPMorgan & Chase Co. are telling senior bankers...

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Categorized in: business class, first class

Lufthansa doesn’t just have a lounge for their first-class passengers in Frankfurt. They have a separate terminal. Many describe it as the best airport lounge in the world. Private baths. Sit-down dining. Dozens of complimentary...

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Next thing to worry about in flight: Ozone Like “sick building syndrome,” you can now start worrying about the plane’s air. But not because of the germs. It’s the ozone. Not holes in the ozone layer, either, but ozone...

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