Luxurious new aircraft cabins offer “floating beds” and private suites for passengers

A new aircraft cabin has been designed and offers some truly luxurious private suites for passengers with plenty of legroom, “floating furniture” and many more perks

A depiction of an airplane seat in a small suite with a TV and a table with food
The new airplane cabins are so luxurious (picture is a rendering)

A new airplane seat has been designed and could be a strong contender for our top picks the most luxurious first class cabins in the world.

That’s because the new “Elevate” design comes with some enviable features for passengers, and we’re not just talking about heaps of extra legroom (although there’s plenty of that, too).

Each seat has its own partitions, so it’s essentially like getting your own private suite. Inside you’ll find a roomy seat with plenty of leg room – and plenty of storage space so you don’t have to stuff your stuff into a seat pocket.

Thanks to some nifty seat attachments, passengers can convert their seat into a “floating bed” in case they need a decent fag before arriving at their destination.

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There’s also a standalone table for your food to be served at – and you don’t have to bother waiting around for it to be taken away, so you can use a fold-out tray table as it stands in the corner so you can do it after you’re done eating stretch out again.

The mini suite is equipped with “floating” furniture on the walls, a large TV on the wall and a large window in case you want to dream.

Design firm Teague and aerospace company NORDAM are behind the new cabins, which unsurprisingly cater to First Class and Business Class travel.

The project is still in the concept and design phase and is scheduled to be presented later this year at the Aircraft Interiors Expo 2022 in Hamburg.

Passengers get their own suites (rendering)


Teague and Nordam)

For those of us who won’t be flying first class anytime soon, the good news is that there are plenty of simple tricks and tricks to make an economy class trip that little bit more comfortable.

For example, get yours packing utensils Law can make a big difference before you’ve even left for the airport, while keeping in mind some useful tips for long-haul flights Jet lag tips so you can get the most out of your vacation without having to take heaps of naps.

Oh, and it’s always worth it ask for some in-flight extras to make your trip that little bit easier – like a spare pillow or even first-class perks – without having to shell out cash.

Are you traveling with children? Cabin crew members have shared theirs The best tips for flying with children ways to protect their ears from pain, to keep them entertained, and even some pre-flight preparations you can make to avoid possible tantrums. Luxurious new aircraft cabins offer "floating beds" and private suites for passengers

Fry Electronics Team

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