Some luxury airlines are Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific Airways, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, British Airways and Etihad Airways. Most feature first class cabins with fully-reclined beds, on-demand meals, designer toiletries and sleepwear.
The most notable luxury airlines are all international airlines. Most feature private cabins with designer furniture and amenities.
Qatar Airways' first class cabins feature celebrity chef signature dishes, Christian Dior amenity kits, designer sleepwear and Frette bed linen. Singapore Airlines' SkySuites features hand-stitched Connolly leather seats, Bvlgari toiletries and Givenchy-designed sleepwear. It also provides the option for double beds. Cathay Pacific Airways offers first class cabins with LCD touch screens that control lighting and chair positioning. It also features leather recliners, five-course meals and Shanghai Tang-designed sleepwear.
For those desiring more space, Eos Airlines offers 21 square feet of space per passenger, giving passengers more personal space by taking on fewer passengers compared to other airlines. Emirates offers private first-class cabins, each with a sliding door, personal mini bar, recliner, personal television, a full shower, Bvlgari toiletries and a dressing area. Its meals are prepared using locally sourced and organic ingredients, and it also has a 500-channel entertainment system. Likewise, Etihad Airways offers first-class cabins, each with a sliding door, Poltrona Frau leather armchair, personal wardrobe and private bathroom.
Virgin Atlantic has an Upper Class Suite comprising convertible beds and a "Snooze Zone" with dimmed lights and minimal distractions. All Nippon Airways' first-class seats include a fully-reclinable bed, private television, cocktail table and international phone. British Airways' first-class demi-cabins offer on-demand dining, and also function as workspaces, dens and fully-reclined beds.