Lufthansa’s first class to offer private suite with double beds
Lufthansa will also be extending the updates to its Business and Premium Economy passengers, offering extra legroom and new amenities.
Lufthansa is all set to offer a new luxurious experience to its passengers on long-haul flights, as part of what it calls “Lufthansa Allegris”. As part of the new experience, the most expensive tickets in first class will offer customers a completely enclosed private room with a double bed.
Lufthansa Allegris is said to be part of the German carrier’s massive modernisation efforts funded by a $2.67 billion investment. The most premium offering on the flight will be its First Class Suite Plus. This will provide customers with a private room, a wardrobe, a full-width TV screen and two seats with a table which can be converted to a double bed.
The Allegris First Class will be introduced in 2024 on its new Airbus A350s. Lufthansa will then implement the First Class Suite Plus onto 80 new aircraft, including the Boeing 787-9s and 777-9s. The carrier will also retrofit the first-class cabin onto some of its existing aircraft, like the Boeing 747-8.
Apart from revamping the First Class cabins, Lufthansa will also be extending the updates to its Business and Premium Economy passengers, offering extra legroom and new amenities. Economy cabins, however, are said to remain unchanged.
While opulent first-class cabins are common among Gulf airlines like Etihad and Emirates, it is rare for European and American carriers to offer such amenities.
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