Here’s what it’s like to dine in first class at 35,000 feet

ANA 777-300ER First Class

  • This past winter, I used credit card points to fly in first class on Japanese airline All Nippon Airways, or ANA.
  • While bigger and more private seats are an obvious feature of first class, the biggest differentiator between first and business class is the food and drink service.
  • From sashimi to steak, it was an incredible experience. Read on to see what it’s like to dine during a flight in first class.
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As airlines compete with each other for premium passengers, international business class cabins are becoming more and more luxurious, getting closer to what first read more >>>

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