Airlines Mull First-Class Future as Business Beds SucceedKari Lundgren, Deena Kamel Yousef and Richard Weiss
The world’s top airlines are questioning the need for first-class cabins as flat-bed seats cradle corporate customers in once-unimaginable comfort, making the premium on front-row seats harder to justify.
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