Some airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty ImagesSome airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty Images
Some airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty Images

Forget the preflight champagne as coronavirus takes the shine off business class travel

  • Efforts to minimise human interaction and reduce the risk of infection are taking the shine off the most expensive seats on board commercial aircraft
  • The limitations are one more headache for an airline industry grappling with a near-total collapse in demand

Topic |   Aviation
Some airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty ImagesSome airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty Images
Some airlines may use the pandemic to permanently downgrade their offerings in premium cabins to save money. Photo: Getty Images
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