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American Airlines Boeing 707 (type 123) “LuxuryJet”. 1970s

It’s time for another Vintage Airline Seat Map, and I’ve gone even more vintage than normal bringing you an American Airlines Boeing 707 (type 123) “LuxuryJet” from the 1970s. Keep in mind this was back in the days of generous seat pitch in coach, and service to match. First class seated 14 passengers in a…

This Double-decker Airplane Seat Could One Day Allow Everyone to Have Lie-flat Seats — Even in Economy

Designer Jeffrey O'Neil's creation, known as the Zephyr Seat, could one day allow passengers in economy class to lie flat, thanks to its double-decker-style seating arrangement.

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Clean, crisp and elegant, Air France’s La Premiere cabin features a private wardrobe and a thick adjustable curtain for extra privacy. There's also a reclining ottoman, so guests from other parts of the cabin can visit you mid-flight.   Amenities: Bedside reading lamp, 24-inch touchscreen TV, and a seat that easily transforms into a bed.

With personal butlers and turndown service, it’s hard to tell whether you’re sitting in a hotel room or on an actual airplane. Here are some of the most extravagant airline suites in the sky.

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Design Firm New Territory’s Comfortable Economy Airplane Seat Concept - COOL HUNTING

London-based design firm New Territory’s Interspace chair concept aims to better the coach-class flying experience. In advance of the project, the New Territory team learned that seat pitch w…

The Best Airlines for Business Travelers : Condé Nast Traveler

Condé Nast Traveler's readers rate the 20 best airlines for business travelers, including SIngapore Air, Etihad, Virgin America, and more.

The ultimate luxury: Guests can charge their phone from their seats and enjoy split-screen entertainment on their personal 23inch TV

MailOnline Travel's Sue Ryan boards British Airways' brand new 'jet lag free' Dreamliner first-class cabin on a special flight from London to Austin in Texas.

Five top 2012 airline trends that are reshaping business travel - Flights | hotels | frequent flyer | business class - Australian Business Traveller

2012 is already an exciting year for business travellers, with new business class seats, new direct flights, new connecting hubs and new planes on the routes you fly. But what's on the horizon? After interviewing key senior executives from airlines and the two main planemakers, Airbus and Boeing, Australian Business Traveller has identified five key trends that will affect your business travel -- for better or for worse -- over the coming few years. 1. More (and better) business class...