Lufthansa New Allegris Suites First Business Class
Lufthansa debuts a new ‘Allegris’ premium product for all of their long haul flights, including redesigned suites for both first as well as business class. The former boasts nearly ceiling-high walls that can be closed for extra privacy, while the seat can be converted into a large, comfortable bed.


Lufthansa New Allegris Suites First Business Class
All First Class seats and beds are positioned in the direction of flight. Plus, there are various other storage options, like a large, personal wardrobe in every suite. Passengers flying in this new First Class can even remain in their suite as they prepare for sleep and change into the included Lufthansa First Class pajamas. Unlike previous first class suites, passengers can now even eat together at a large dining table, whereby one can sit across from their partner or fellow traveler. Gourmet menus are available along with the airline’s unique caviar service. You’ll be able to experience the new First Class in 2023, while some select A350 and B787-9 aircraft already have business class seats with direct aisle access.

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Lufthansa New Allegris Suites First Business Class

We want to set new, unprecedented standards for our guests. The largest investment in premium products in our company’s history underpins our claim to continue to be the leading Western premium airline in the future,” said Carsten Spohr, Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Deutsche Lufthansa AG.

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