Airways magazine profiles Some of the features on the suites on its A380s
Each Suite covers between 3.23 and 4 square meters of floor space with 1A and 1F being the biggest. They measure 2 x 2,50 meters on the floor—a lot of space for a single passenger.
The first impression is a similarity to the “Flying Oval Office” on board Air Force One because a massive swivel armchair now dominates each Skyroom Suite. Designed by PierreJean Design Studio in France, the 21-inch-wide electrically-controlled swivel seats can be turned around by over 120°, are upholstered in finest Poltrona Frau leather and can recline up to 135° for lounging.
A wireless tablet is provided with integrated control functions for IFE and lighting. In fact, each Suite even offers customizable mood lighting scenes.
The main feature is a separate foldout flat bed measuring 76 by 27 inches (1,93m x 0,68m) which comes complete with mattress bedding, duvet, and pillows.
The two windows in each Suite feature electrical blinds and each Suite has a personal wardrobe which also provides cabin luggage storage.
For the first time, one of the two bathrooms—the more spacious one on the right side—has been fitted out especially for female passengers with a vanity table and stool, more mirrors, and mood-lighting.