Lufthansa’s Plan For New Bespoke First Class Suites [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • Lufthansa won’t put new first class suite into Boeing 747 or Airbus A380 not surprising as those planes aren’t long term for the fleet. But no plans to add it to the 777X?

    The new first class will be exclusive to Lufthansa’s Munich-based A350 fleet for now, with no plans to add it to the Boeing 747-8, A380 or even the much-delayed Boeing 777-9

    — Executive Traveller (@Exec_Traveller) January 18, 2023

    Lufthansa says the suites aren’t fully enclosed due to safety regulations, “so the wall is around 1.8 metres"… for the same reason the suite’s sliding door uses an innovative construction which is makes it part door, part panel and part “curtain”

    — Executive Traveller (@Exec_Traveller) January 18, 2023

  • New United Airlines allergy policy

  • Did you know?

    The Northernmost part of Brazil is closer to Canada than it is to the Southernmost part of Brazil pic.twitter.com/wj5wRtuiFA

    — Amazing Maps (@amazingmap) January 17, 2023

  • Spirit Airlines pilot follows woman off the aircraft after she gets kicked off the flight she declared ‘hope y’all crash and die’ on her way out.

  • Amex Offers has a $200 statement credit on $1000 Marriott Homes & Villas spend.

  • US airlines want to keep their China and Tokyo Haneda slots, without having to make use of them, through October

  • Montage Laguna Beach, California took 117 years to build on a property originally purchased for $800 (it’s now worth $650 million).

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