Pre­mium Econ­omy cab­ins

Get a Busi­ness Class-style ex­pe­ri­ence in Pre­mium on th­ese top air­lines

Time Out (Melbourne) - - TRAVEL SPECIAL -

1 Air New Zealand

In Pre­mium Econ­omy, ex­pect com­fort­able leather seats that are 49cm wide, re­cline up to 23cm and have a pitch (ie, dis­tance be­tween seats) of 104cm. The din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence is on par with Busi­ness Class. à www.airnewzealand.com.au.

2 Bri­tish Air­ways

BA flights to Sin­ga­pore and Lon­don from Syd­ney all fea­ture the lat­est World Trav­eller Plus (Pre­mium Econ­omy) cabin. Seats have a pitch of 96cm and are 47cm wide, and you’ll get a 27cm touch­screen TV and noise­can­celling head­phones. àwww. ba.com.

3 Qan­tas

The new Qan­tas Pre­mium fea­tures a seat that’s ten per cent wider than be­fore, 25 per cent larger high­def­i­ni­tion TVS, five stor­age com­part­ments, and a busi­ness class-style food and wine ex­pe­ri­ence. àwww. qan­tas.com.au.

4 Sin­ga­pore Air­lines

Sin­ga­pore Air­lines’ pre­mium din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence has the ‘book the cook’ of­fer­ing where you can choose your meal up to 24 hours be­fore flying and match your dishes with top qual­ity wines. àwww. sin­ga­pore­air.com.

5 Vir­gin Aus­tralia

On the Boe­ing 777-300ERS that ser­vice Los An­ge­les from Bris­bane, Mel­bourne and Syd­ney, there’s a greater re­cline than be­fore, along with 104.1cm seat pitch (one of the largest in the sky) and a full-plated meal ser­vice in the style of Busi­ness Class, with dishes from chef Luke Man­gan. àwww. vir­gin­aus­tralia.com.au.

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