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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2008

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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JetBlue goes Euro! Not to Europe, but the airline is considering a European-style premium cabin. It’s buried in an article about jetBlue’s pending introduction of refundable fares — another big change for the company. (Though...

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Downgraded: Lavender Update: The controversial and lame American Airlines website for women got a minor redesign, as Meg at the Consumerist noticed. See the before-and-after screenshots above. The criticism must have gotten to them. Gone is the...

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