One of the best parts about having expendable money has to be flying in style. Being on a plane can be brutal – especially when traveling internationally – but a queen-sized bed, personal shower, or butler could definitely turn that experience around. Scroll down for a look at the 10 most luxurious first-class cabins money can buy.10. British Airway’s first class cabin on the 787-9 Dreamliner features a 23-inch display screen that’s controlled with a touchscreen remote control located in the seat console. Each seat also has two USB ports and a personal locker that comes with a mirror for in-flight touch ups. A one-way ticket from London to New Delhi will set you back about $5,000. 9. The first class cabins on Japan Airline’s Sky Suite 777 have Woodgrain interiors and are closed off from the rest of the plane for added privacy. You can book a flight with the suite next month, but until then there’s no word on price. Not only does the private suite turn into a cozy bed, but it comes with a 23-inch LCD monitor also. There’s also space for luggage and a power socket so you can charge your devices. 8. AirFrance offers… Read full this story
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