For most of us, the thought of flying conjures images of long lines, cramped seats and questionable food choices if we are lucky enough to get some food. But for those who can afford it, airlines are going out of their way to add amenities in their first-class and business-class cabins. New seats, new entertainment systems and a bevy of additional services unheard of just a few years ago are popping up as airlines battle each other for these lucrative customers.
Emirates Airlines offers first class passengers their "own sanctuary" in private suites equipped with a sliding door, mini-bar and its own vanity table, mirror and wardrobe. With a 23-inch television and meals on demand, you might forget you are on an airplane. (Emirates Airlines)