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Lufthansa's A380 First Class Has the Airplane Toilet of Our Dreams

Where: Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport, Hamburg, Germany
May 20, 2010 at 3:42 PM | by | ()

We're literally just coming down from our first Lufthansa A380 flight experience, and even though we were stuck with a middle seat in economy, we did manage to sneak around upstairs in the First and Business class sections.

In this A380 superjumbo plane, there's a plethora of new features that had us saying "WHAAT?! That is awesome!" A few of these include USB ports for charging or playing media from your mobile devices in all classes, touchscreen TVs with three channels of outside live view cameras, and massively upgraded bathrooms.

The latter, the bathrooms, were obviously most crazy-impressive in First Class, whose new design wasn't unveiled at all until yesterday, when we stepped onboard at Hamburg's Finkenwerder airfield, the private tarmac of Airbus. To see exactly what we mean by "crazy-impressive bathrooms," check out a video tour and our photo gallery after the jump!

Down to the bare facts, the two First Class bathrooms (serving 8 passengers) are located on the upper level of the A380, all the way in the front. It's so long that it features a wide vertical mirror and a vanity area like that of a modern 5-star hotel. There's a leather banquette seat in the changing area, for heaven's sake. There's no showers sadly, but with all this space, you can probably give yourself a nice sponge bath. *wink* You'll find shaving kits, dental sets and more in the drawers, or just bring in and use the First Class amenity packs from Porsche Design (with La Mer face cream...which is like $95 on the ground).

Disclosure: We've snuck off to Germany for the A380 launch thanks to Lufthansa, but all views are completely our own

Related Stories:
· Fresh from Frankfurt! Inside the A380's First, Business and Economy Class [Jaunted]
· Behold! The First Pictures of Lufthansa's New Airbus A380 []
· All A380 news [Jaunted]

[All photos: Cynthia Drescher for Jaunted.com]

Archived Comments:


That Banquette is just asking people to join the mile high club, don't you think?

You know it

You KNOW we were thinking that. Easy to wipe clean, too. Too bad a couple will pay $20,000 roundtrip in First Class from Frankfurt to Narita for the (literal) pleasure. $10K per person!


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