|Above, yours truly trying out ANA's Business Class seating.|
With the airlines making economy (or coach) seating even smaller in area size these days, it may be time to consider upgrading to business class. This is especially so for long international flights.
Condé Nast Traveler has their 2014 Readers' Choice Awards and they have posted their top ten list of "The World's Best Airlines For Business Travelers."
They begin their listing (in slideshow format) with:
Now more than ever, international airlines are battling for the loyalty of business travelers, rolling out new sleeper seats, transoceanic Wi-Fi access, and spacious work spaces (if you’re not distracted by all the in-flight entertainment, that is). Here’s how this year’s top ten business airlines, as chosen by Traveler readers, made the cut,One of the airlines on the list is All Nippon Airways (ANA). I tried out their business class seats at the Los Angeles Travel and Adventure Show two years ago and I immediately noticed a big difference. It is a lot more comfortable than economy and each passenger has a lot more "personal space." I will likely upgrade to business class the next time I go to Japan.
To see who the other ten are, go here.