Aviation Photo #1097128 Airbus A340-541 - Etihad Airways

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The new unique 180 degree revolving Diamond Zone seats allowing for a civilised lunch or business meeting after the 23" screen is stowed. Each seat has its own small mini bar located by the bread basket.
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    Etihad Airways
    Airbus A340-541
    Airbus A340-500
    Airbus A340-500
    Airbus
    757
    A6-EHB
    Abu Dhabi - (Nadia) International
    United Arab Emirates
    July 24, 2005
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Comments (22)

Anonymous
11 years ago
This Is The Best Shot I Have Seen In Years! I Work With Aerlingus And Their Aircraft Shots Cant Compare To This!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wow! You must be jealous being stuck in that cockpit Bailey!!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
I love it! Now if I only had $12,000 to spare I too would fly like this!
Anonymous
11 years ago
OMG!! After six months absence Bailey's back, I missed your great photos dude...You're the BEST you're my most favorite of all time. Did you leave SIA for ETD? anyway I wish you all the very best where ever you're flying!
Can't wait for some new pix. especially the in-flight window view and air to air ones :)
Best regards from SoCal.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Now that is what I call first class!!!! It's amazing how it seems more like a five star resturant rather than a typical airline seat.Here's to hoping other airlines adopt these seats.
Anonymous
11 years ago
A unique design that is for sure, but it does look very crowded and cluttered.

Nice shot Bailey!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Wah lau - nice one mate! Paul.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Picture is nice, but the whole setup looks awful, especially those seats, which look cheap !!
Anonymous
11 years ago
It looks like a returnin to the golden age of air travel. A fantastic first class, the 180 degree seats are a great idea.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Excellent Picture!!

Glad to see you shooting again.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Cool photo!
Some airlines have ottomans in first class which can double as a guest seat for a "dining experience for two".
But of course this is taking it a step further. Gorgeous!!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Very cozy! Is that a lamp aside the back of the chairs? T.B.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Much beter than all american airlines
Anonymous
11 years ago
I would really like to fly there!
Anonymous
11 years ago
Unbelievable! But I would prefer Ryanair.
Anonymous
11 years ago
Is really a nice foto, but sometimes I don`t understand. The people want to go from A to B, or want to eat...?!
Anonymous
11 years ago
WOW! Good to have guys like you to show me what is happening beyond economie class ;)
If I could I would...
Anonymous
10 years ago
Ahhh yes, a romantic date at 37,000 feet... now that's the loveliest way to fly!
Anonymous
10 years ago
Very nic3
Anonymous
9 years ago
The only time I can see such high class on a plane is if the lavatories are full and I have to walk by to use the ones up front.
Anonymous
7 years ago
Very nice photo, thank you.

To the visitor from Switzerland who doesn't understand. :-) People want BOTH! Some people want to have lunch while they have nothing to do while going from A to B. And for some people this is the only time they CAN have a proper lunch. :-)
Anonymous
6 years ago
Wow thats nice

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