When packed into tight spaces, some of the things that travelers crave most are places to stretch out their limbs and get a breath of fresh air—both of these things can be found in Lufthansa's A380 first class cabins.
The premium cabins now include humidifiers, so that air can be circulated to enhance the overall air quality. Dry cabin air is often blamed for a number of ailments and as a result of installing these humidifiers, food will reportedly sleep better and people have a better chances for falling into deep sleeps.
The introduction of enhanced air quality in these first class cabins match other offerings from Lufthansa, including lie-flat seats and other little luxuries. Aiming to make the travel experience in the sky as comfortable as possible, many premium airlines are transforming sections of their carriers into spaces that feel like luxury hotels in the sky.
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