Airlines want to score with bedding

A popular mattress manufacturer has developed pillows and Blankets on American Airlines. Qantas equips with a classic Partner for the First Class of the A380.

American Airlines offers passengers from December new bed stuff. Passengers in First Class, Business Class and Premium Economy get on international and TRANS-continental long-haul Blankets, pillows, and co. the brand Casper. The young company was known by the online sale of mattresses, but also Other products related to the Sleep – to dog beds.

For American Airlines, hipster brand Casper also designed a Set consisting of a thin mattress, pillow, pajamas, duvet, blanket, lumbar pillow and Slippers. What of the passengers depends on the class of travel and route. The airline has Capser-products of selected customers on long routes such as Los Angeles – Auckland, as well to test as it was by its flight attendants.

Qantas even offers baby blankets

While American Airlines continues with Casper on a Start-up, it is only since 2014 is on the market, has decided to Qantas for a collaboration with a seasoned company that has been around since 1967. The Australian decoration and Lifestyle house, Sheridan supplies for the First Class of the redesigned Airbus A380 mattresses made of Memory foam, duvet covers, three pillows, and even a baby blanket made of cotton.

The bedding is to be introduced from October on the A380 Connections to London, Dubai, Los Angeles and Dallas/Fort Worth in the First Class. The baby will give cover even in Economy, Premium Economy, Business Class and First Class on all international flights.

United is working with a prestigious Department store

Qantas and American Airlines are the first airlines to put on a brand-Bettzug of partner companies. Something like United Airlines, presented in June of 2016, their new Intercontinental Business Class. With a bedding package from the American Nobel Department store Saks Fifth Avenue. Scandinavian SAS works together with the luxury bed manufacturer Hästens.

In the gallery above you can see the new bed stuff from American Airlines and Qantas.

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