Lufthansa Business-Class Now Offers Two Choices:A Big Desk Or A Bed

One of the leading airliner Lufthansa is come across with a great offer for its most valuable business class customers.The business class travelers always want some extra space while traveling through a flight,whether  it’s to catch up on sleep and combat jet lag or keep them self busy with their work from 30,000 ft. in the air.

The German airliner realised  the problem of customers and come up with a great idea  which is going to give their most valuable customers some extra space as well as some more privacy.Lufthansa’s  new business class will be available for passengers on upcoming Boeing 777-9 aircraft which is going to start it service from 2020, as the company declare in a press release.Passengers will have their  choice of a long seat that double as 6 foot 6 inch accommodate their various device,paperwork,refreshments on flat surfaces and storage compartments  .

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The various seating formations allow each passenger easily access and there will be some configurations that allow couples to be together in one partition.The seat and in-flight entertainment system that will be completely accessible by the passenger  from a phone or a tablet.

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Side sleepers, have no fear: Although the bed is technically a seat, it flattens and is designed to allow a sleeper’s shoulder to sink in for straight-spine comfort. More than 500 Lufthansa customers weighed in on the development of the new Business Class design, prioritizing comfort and privacy in their feedback.

If you can’t wait until 2020 for heightened luxury, Lufthansa notes that it has some upgrades in store for business travelers next year. In 2018, the airline says it will begin offering mattresses, blankets and pajamas or “sleeping sweaters” to its business class clientele.

There will already be some innovations in the existing Business Class in the upcoming year that will significantly improve the comfort level for passengers. Mattresses that have been developed exclusively for Lufthansa will be provided on long intercontinental flights as of early 2018.

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