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Airlines are in constant battle – who is the best? And who will get the best reviews from the travelers? The lounge is where the first opinion about the airline is made. And as in life, there are no second first impressions, therefore airlines are trying hard to start with their best. 

The journey of these airlines starts not on the plane, but a few hours before, right at the arrival at the airport. Best Business and first Class airlines start to create the whole flight experience by offering the selected wines, a la carte menus and some other features which are available only for premium passengers. 

Let’s take a look at what are the best airport lounges around the world and see what do they offer as no others do. 

Who has it’s best – the design, meals, entertainment and some extras? We created the list of the Top 10 World’s best lounges across the world, you will definitely want to visit soon. 

This week new British Airways Lounge in San Francisco opened its doors for the first travelers. Sneak inside with us and see what’s so wonderful about the new British Airways lounge in San Francisco. 

Exclusive airport lounge access and business travel go hand in hand. These lounges are no like others: design, service, premium drinks and limousine rides. Check our list of Top 10 worlds best airport lounges.  

British Airways officially unveiled latest (but not the last one) Club One lounge in New York JFK Airport. Located in Terminal 7, opened a few weeks ago, new lounge completes the series of redevelopments, followed after Rome and Aberdeen.

2019 started with the complete redevelopment of few airline cabins and the new Business Class amenity kits followed. These tiny little goodie bags are much appreciated by premium travelers, as these include designer brands. The amenity kits are complementary and can be taken with you after the flight for future use. Let’s take a look at what’s inside the newest amenity kits.

Business and First Class are both great choices. Especially when Business Class is becoming affordable for long-haul flights. If Business Class is so great, why fly First Class then? Except for the price (which in some cases is double the price for Business Class), there are more differences between them. Do you want to know what are 5 main differences between Business and First Class? Find them all further. 

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