Corporate Travel Concierge is a trading division of Inspire Europe Ltd. Victoria House. 19 to 21 Ack Lane, Bramhall, Cheshire. SK7 2BE.

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​​Long-haul First Class is found on international/long-haul routes. This class of service offers more comfort and amenities than Long-haul Business Class, which usually include:

10-30 extra inches of seat pitch (legroom) compared to Business Class
1-2 extra inches of seat width compared to Business Class
More degrees of recline compared to Business Class
Electric seat controls to adjust recline position, legrest and lumbar support
Larger personal TV screens and more viewing options
Laptop Power Ports
Premium Food and Wine Service
More privacy due to smaller cabin size
Increased cabin staff to passenger ratio
Amenity kits including pajamas, slippers, eye masks and toiletries

While in-flight amenities, service and entertainment available in First Class are often comparable across airline carriers, the type of seat offered can vary significantly.

First Class seats can be categorized by one of the following descriptions:Recliner Seats:These seats do not offer the significant recline of the Lie-flat and Flat Bed Seats, but still offer excellent space and comfort.

Angle Lie-Flat Seats:

While airlines often market these seats as having 180 degrees of recline, in their fully reclined position they are slightly angled and do not lay completely horizontal. Passengers often find these seats to be extremely comfortable for relaxing and working, but not conducive to sleep when in the fully reclined position because of the awkward angle.
Flat Bed Seats:

When fully reclined, these seats are completely horizontal, creating a bed that is fully flat. These seats always receive high accolades for being comfortable both as seats and beds.


These seats offer the utmost in privacy and comfort. Each suite is essentially its own mini-cabin which includes a fully-flat bed, work station and television.