With the second half of my 9 business class flights for $325 came a posh return flight across the pond. This time, it’s a Swiss air business-class review, one I had high expectations for. Unlike EgyptAir business class, Swiss Air consistently ranks as one of the best business class experiences in the industry. I was excited to see why.
With that here’s my Swiss Air business class review, fondue and all.
Seats on this Swiss Air business class review are tops on what I’ve experienced. They went completely flat with ample room to sleep, even on your side if desired. Oh, and they have a vibrating massage options. Winning.
Food & Drink
Sadly, Turkish Air business-class has ruined all other airline meals for me. It was that good. It’s not that the food on this Swiss Air business class review was bad, quite the opposite. The menu was the best I’ve seen with stories on where the meals originate from in Switzerland. Then there was the cheese plate that I didn’t even want, but come on, Swiss cheese! In short meals were great and drinks were plentiful, it’s just that to go back from Turkish Air… it’s like going back to coach after 9 business class flights.
The amenities on this Swiss Air business class review was again, tops. Like my trip to Cairo with EgyptAir, the flight included an amenities pouch with earplugs, face mask, and a toothbrush. Better yet, socks and the velvet amenity pack itself – it will double as a nice iPad case later.
Entertainment on this Swiss Air business-class review is also up there. There were more than enough movies and TV shows to keep me awake when I should have been sleeping.
This was the business class trip I was most excited for and in the end, it did not disappoint. It comes out on top of all the business class flights I took. The seats, entertainment, and service were great and the food was awesome… just not as good as Turkish air.
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