Friday, October 26, 2007

Luxury in the air

CNN reports about the new cool passenger jet, the world's largest, complete with extraordinary amenities:

"The A380 -- as tall as a seven-story building with each wing big enough to hold 70 cars -- is capable of carrying 853 passengers in an all-economy class configuration."

"However, Singapore Airlines opted for 471 seats in three classes -- 2 Singapore Airlines Suites, 60 business class and 399 economy class."

"Each suite, enclosed by sliding doors, is fitted with a leather upholstered seat, a table, a 23-inch flat screen TV, laptop connections and a range of office software. A separate bed folds up into the wall. Two of the suites can be joined to provide double beds..."

Read the story: Luxury jetliner features beds, flatscreen TVs, lobster

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