Now, when stepping on-aboard an Air Berlin flight, those sexy red leather gloves may point your to the newest business class seats the airline has to offer. Just last week, the second largest German airline introduced its brand spanking new premium look on a flight from Düsseldorf to Abu Dhabi.
The flashy lie-flat seats are only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to upgrades to the long-haul A330 business-class cabin for the carrier. Each of the 19 seats in the biz cabin will offer a 15-inch personal television loaded up with about 200 hours of on-demand programming and a USB port to keep those devices charged up.
In the ways of dining, the menu is inspired by Sansibar Restaurant on the north German resort island of Sylt. Each of the menu selections are accompanied with wine parings from the same restaurant.
Eventually the new cabins will be on all long-haul flights, so there might be a good chance to catch them on the new routes from Chicago to Berlin·if that airport ever opens.
For all of the #avgeeks out there, have a watch of the transformation to the new seats here: