The New York Times Magazine Travel Special recently asked, If the perfect plane could be spliced together using the best innovations of the world's carriers, what would it look like?...

The New York Times Magazine Travel Special recently asked, "If the perfect plane could be spliced together using the best innovations of the world’s carriers, what would it look like?" 

Basically, they took nine aspects of flying and found which airlines do it the best.  Here’s what they had to say: 

First-Class Seat:  Emirates‘ huge ultraluxe “suite” provides a flat-bed seat, minibar, and “Do Not Disturb” sign.  Business-Class Seat:  Qantas Airways’ 6 ½ foot ergonomic pod with built in shoe box and PC outlets. 

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