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World Airlines Business Class Comparison

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World Airlines Business Class Comparison

World Airlines Business Class Comparison

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  • 1. 13 July 2010
  • 2. 1. Air France (F-ILIP) 9. Malaysia Airlines (Radzi Desa) 2. Asiana (Michael Fritz) 10. Qantas Airways (Glenn White) 3. British Airways (Ken Iwelumo) 11. Qatar Airways (Sam Chui) 4. Cathay Pacific (Sergey Rimsha) 12. Singapore Airlines (Bastian Ding) 5. Emirates (Mircea G.) 13. Swiss Int'l Air Lines (C.Drændle) 6. Finnair (Harri Koskinen) 14. Thai Airways (Tsuyoshi Tsuda) 7. Kingfisher (Vivek Manvi) 15. Turkish Airlines (Akın Diler) 8. Lufthansa (Ken Iwelumo) 16. Virgin Atlantic (Joseph Lee)
  • 3. Air France – March 2010 – B747
  • 4. Asiana – June 2008 – B777
  • 5. British Airways – August 2009 – B747
  • 6. Cathay Pacific – May 2010 – B747
  • 7. Emirates – February 2010 – A330
  • 8. Finnair – April 2007 – MD-11
  • 9. Kingfisher – February 2010 – A330
  • 10. Lufthansa – January 2010 – A340
  • 11. Malaysia Airlines – May 2009 – A330
  • 12. Qantas – March 2009 – A330
  • 13. Qatar Airways – November 2009 – B777
  • 14. Singapore Airlines – January 2010 – A330
  • 15. Swiss – October 2007 – A340
  • 16. Thai Airways – May 2010 – B777
  • 17. Turkish Airlines – March 2008 – A340
  • 18. Virgin Atlantic – July 2009 – A340