Check-in queues, baggage restrictions, and a lack of leg room can make flying in Economy less than pleasant, so it's easy to see the appeal of splashing out on First Class tickets. After British Airways was named the best airline for First Class service in Europe in the World Travel Awards for 2016, we took a look behind the curtain to find out what it's like to fly with the airline at the front of the plane. From massages to afternoon tea, see what sets British Airways apart below:
Singapore Airlines is the first and only commercial airline with the ability to take an adjacent suite and turn the space into a double bed. Amenities: Gourmet menu and wine list, Givenchy tableware, 23-inch LCD screen (with video-on-demand), and turndown service.