For most travellers, boarding a plane and turning left is the stuff of dreams. Flying First Class involves flat beds, top-notch service and more space than you can shake a stick at. Apart from the sky-high price tag, what’s not to like? But there’s much more to it than that. From PJs that will hydrate your skin, to chairs that will ease aching muscles, there are some more unusual benefits to forking out for First. Here’s why everyone should pay to fly First Class at least once in their lives.Weekend escapes for under £100Prepare to be amazed by the world’s best boutique hotels
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Planes carrying more business or first class passengers could be given priority to land in the future. Richard Deakin, chief executive of National Air Traffic Services (Nats), told The Sunday Times (£) the new plans would see air traffic
We all know that flying first class has a much bigger impact on our bank accounts, but new research suggests that it can also be more damaging to the environment than economy travel. Quartz reports that sitting in first class means that your
A fall in the number of first class and business class passengers is likely to push European airlines into the red this year, it has been forecast. European carriers are expected to post combined losses of around £750 million in 2012, the
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PA A passenger who stole up to £10,000 of plates, napkins and cutlery while travelling on various first class flights for three years has been arrested. The thief, believed to based in Canada, has spent the past 36 months travelling first