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1) Iceland Air

Icelandair has two aircraft wrapped in amazing liveries: the Hekla Aurora, which is painted to look like the Icelandic skies when they are lit up by the northern lights, and the Vatnajökull, which is decorated with images of the Icelandic glacier of the same name. Inside, both aircraft keep with the theme they display on the fuselage. Hekla Aurora’s ceiling is fitted with special green, blue, and purple lights that give passengers the impression that they are standing under actual northern lights. Vatnajökull is also fitted with atmospheric blue lights that are reminiscent of the colors you would see while exploring the ice caves of the largest glacier in Europe. Flying to Iceland on one of these airplanes is like watching a trailer for what’s to come during your trip. If you’re leaving, it’s truly the perfect send-off

2) Etihad Airways

Etihad Airways has four different classes on its A380s: Economy Class, Business Class, First Class, and The Residence. It goes without saying that three out of these four are inaccessible to most travelers, but it’s still worth showing the unbelievable measures Etihad Airways takes to make those who can afford it super comfortable. Although the economy class is far from shabby, The Residence, a three-room suite in the sky, is out-of-this-world fancy; it has a living room, separate bedroom with a double bed, and an ensuite shower room. The glassware from which the lucky passengers drink champagne is designed by Vera Wang, and the bed linens are from Pratesi of Italy. Obviously, there is a private butler and breakfast in bed for those who book The Residence. We would all love to be able to fly in this luxurious hotel room in the sky and have a decent sleep followed by a shower after a long flight, but prices are absolutely insane, so we’ll just look and be envious for now.

3) Air Tahiti Nui

Air Tahiti Nui will freshen up its entire fleet with brand-spanking-new 787-9’s in 2019. Each of these new aircraft will bear a cool new livery and have a cabin that screams white-sand paradise beach vacation. The new livery will be filled with elements of Tahitian culture, such as a tiare flower on the tail and a collection of tattoos on the rear end of each aircraft. The inside will also be a beautiful reflection of French Polynesia; from business class to economy, passing through the galley, decals, colorful seats, and pretty cushions on the Tahitian Dreamliners will make you feel a lot more like you’re on the beach and a lot less like you’re in a metal bullet.

4) Delta Airlines

Delta Air Lines took the top prize in this year’s Cabin Concepts category with its Delta One Suite design, which lends a “first class feel to business class travel” offering private areas with privacy partitions. Due to be installed on its Airbus A350 aircraft this autumn, it is said to be the first business class cabin to feature a sliding door for every seat. Other highlighted features include an in-flight entertainment system and “thoughtfully designed” stowage areas.

5) EVA Air

The Taiwanese carrier’s regular aircraft are plain boring, but its Hello Kitty EVA Air jets are the bomb. Whether you are a fan of this cute Japanese cat or not, a flight on one of the airline’s Hello Kitty-themed airplanes is sure to be entertaining. The whole Hello Kitty madness starts at the airport (only at Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2) where the self-service check-in kiosks and the boarding area are entirely decorated. The boarding passes and luggage tags passengers are given are also on theme. Of course, the seven Hello Kitty Eva Air jets have special liveries and crazy interior decorations. With Hello Kitty cushions, Hello Kitty plastic glasses, Hello Kitty-shaped foods, Hello Kitty napkins, cutlery, headrest covers, menus, safety brochures, and even toilet paper and sick bags, you’ll spend so much time looking at these fun elements that you’ll probably forget that you’re 30,000 feet up in the air.

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Source: Matador Network, Telegraph.co.uk

Contributor: Benaya Stephen

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