Etihad Airways’ First Class Suites Take Luxury to New Heights

Gone are the days of flying between a snoring stranger and an armrest-hogging relative as a toddler kicks the back of your too-tiny seat. Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, plans to make flying an indulgent experience with its groundbreaking Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger jets. While we dream about the day we can actually afford tickets, here’s a look at what these jets have to offer.

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How to ‘Shush’ People in Different Languages + More of This Week's Top Stories

Tell people to shut the heck up and look cultured while doing it.

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American Airlines and Etihad Airways Begin Offering Frequent Flier Miles on Code-Share Flights

Back in 2009, American Airlines and Etihad Airways entered into a code-share agreement in New York, Chicago, Toronto and Abu Dhabi. On Wednesday, the airlines announced that their club members will now be able to accrue frequent flier miles on each other’s code-share flights.

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Airlines Cancel Boeing Orders in February

Etihad Airways is the latest airline to cancel their Boeing jet order.

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Virgin Atlantic Wins Most Attractive Flight Attendants Nod

Virgin Atlantic came in first place for most attractive flight attendants in a survey the Business Travel and Meetings Show did, which consisted of 1,000 people.

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