I assume I am not alone in wondering what extra features the A380 will offer its passengers? With a plane of such size, the opportunities for extra facilities are at the least. Extensive. Some may be aware of the Nurseries, Duty- Free Shops, etc, that will be available to all passengers, but what are the airlines going to offer in the C, F classes? I have caught a glimpse of the First Class lounge that locates itself at the top of the front staircase, but prudent thinking leads me to believe this is purely provisional.
Are the airlines keeping their interior plans tucked away from other key market players until they first commercially fly the A380? Surely if an airline has thought of something innovative to offer the Premium flyers, they wouldn't risk others getting wind of it?
Does anyone have any idea what the Airlines are proposing to offer their Premium Passengers?
More to the point, will the airlines install luxurious although non- revenue making goodies such as onboard lounges and bars (like Virgin has) or will they simply cram (although tastefully) in as many Premium seats as possible? With most airlines implementing flat/ angled beds in their First and Business Cabins, what will be the unique selling points of the airlines that have ordered the A380?