This Airline's World Business Class Will Make You Feel Like Actual Royalty
As a New Yorker who now calls San Francisco home, I fly a lot throughout the year on various airlines. Sometimes, on my six-hour flights from New York to San Francisco, I daydream about international flights and the quality of service you get. That's why when KLM Airlines invited me to test out its world business class on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner plane, I instantly jumped at it.
The flight from San Francisco to Amsterdam took about nine and a half hours — totally doable in world business class. You get three meals, a personal 17-inch TV, a comfort kit, and a seat that fully reclines into a bed. Ticket prices for such a seat constantly fluctuate, and you might consider only flying a world business class seat if your company has a policy that lets you purchase one for traveling. That being said, it is truly a luxurious experience that makes you reconsider everything about American airline companies.
Ahead, take a peek into what living a life of luxury is like. Warning: it might make you want to try business class someday — no matter the cost.