This vlogger flying in a first class suite will have you feeling a lot of things. Envy is one of them
Zero-gravity bed, 32-inch HDTV, a mini bar - can you imagine all of this in an airplane suite?travel Updated: Dec 13, 2017 15:27 IST
Every time you fly a budget airline, you’ll know the perils of flying low-cost: uncomfortable seats, no legroom and pathetic airline food. So when American blogger Casey Neistat posted a video of travelling (from Brussels to Dubai) in luxury in Emirates’ First Class suite, it obviously got popular; so far the video has clocked in 2.8 million views on YouTube and is trending.
Last month, Emirates revealed its new private first class suites, which comes with doors, a service window for refreshments and zero-gravity beds. What’s a zero-gravity bed, you ask? It’s completely adjustable to your needs.
In the video, Neistat can be seen in a super-luxe, private cabin big enough to “fit a small family”. Other features include fully reclining seats, 32-inch HDTV and a full-fledged menu to choose from. “(The suite) feels more like a small but extremely elegant hotel room than it does an airplane seat,” says Casey in the video.
The private suites were inspired by the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and are 40-square foot. The cost of one suite is a whopping £7,000 (Rs 6,01,664). There are two closets, two TVs and fold-up vanity mirror
And this is not all. The seat converts to a flat bed with mattress, cosy blanket and pillow. There’s a mini bar filled with snacks and drinks and toiletries from luxury brand.
Watch the video here:
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First Published: Dec 13, 2017 14:55 IST