Tuesday, 9 July 2013

BMW turns first class seating into "luxury islands"

Flying coach may make one understand what life is like for a battery hen, but not everyone who travels by air has it so bad. If you have the ticket fare, from this September you’ll be able to enjoy Singapore Airlines' next-generation First Class seats. These “luxury islands” with living-room ambiance were designed by the BMW Group DesignworksUSA and are being installed on the new Boeing 777-300ER for selected flights between Singapore and London... Continue Reading BMW turns first class seating into "luxury islands"

Section: Aircraft

Tags: Airlines, BMW, Boeing, Luxury

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