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How to Make the Journey Part of your Vacation

Now, more than ever, it’s time to ensure that your trip is as luxurious as your destination. Upgrading your flight and airport experience help soften the rougher edges of travel, especially in a summer when airports are busier than usual and airlines are still reconfiguring schedules and staffing.

Consider booking the best seats possible on the airline of your destination: The accents and personalities on British Airways or Aer Lingus, for example, will get you into a UK state of mind. Flying business class on long-haul flights (and enjoying the airline’s accompanying airport lounges) is a travel game changer, but also consider splurging on something even better.

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Even jaded frequent flyers feel a thrill of child-like delight when settling into premium seats. We’ve all seen those social posts: "Look at the orchid Cathay Pacific has placed in my pod seat!" and "Why yes, I will have a glass of Dom before takeoff!"

Heading to Asia? The Singapore Airlines suite offers complete privacy with its own sliding door, window blinds, and bed—travel with a partner and you’ve got a private double bed. Emirates’ stunning first-class amenities are legendary—and offer you a chance to take a shower at 35,000 feet.

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Qatar’s Qsuites are exquisite and can configure into a small living room for a more social feel. Flying Air France first-class? You’ll be chauffeured from the lounge to the plane—bypassing the terminal completely.

Another way to make the journey more exciting is to take advantage of long layovers. Instead of spending hours inside an airport, book an extra night or two at your midway city—there’s always a fun neighborhood or incredible restaurant to try. Consider this stop a trip within a trip!

Let us help you make the most of your journey, not just the final destination.

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