Best First Class Flights of 2017
Before we get started, most people think these lists are fake, and that no real person can actually book these ultra-luxury first class flights.
I thought the same thing before I started learning about this “hobby”.
But look, this is a picture of me on Singapore Suites Class (that I discuss on the next page). You can almost even make out the date on the newspapers to prove it was really happening.
Trust me though, you can book these flights, and will be able to do this on your next trip if you keep reading.
First class flights for award travel can sometimes be a huge pain to book; however, if you sneak in at the right place and time, you can save tons of points and dollars while experiencing the best air travel possible.
To get enough points for these cards, I use these top travel credit cards that help me rack up 100,000s of points immediately on signup.
This list compiles the best first class flights for your award points and none skimp on opulence, leisure, amenities, service, or food.
You can stuff yourself with on-demand caviar, cozy up in a full bed with rose petals, or travel the world for free with these bookings.
You’ve worked hard to earn all those miles; why not use them to experience the best air travel possible?
Best First Class Flights Bookable with Points
This is the best flight you can book in general and you can book it for free! So you not only get the best service, top-rated meals, expensive champagne, and a full bed, but you don’t have to pay a dime for it.
If you’re flying from Singapore to Frankfurt, you’ll enjoy luxuries including a 35” wide seat, 24” T.V., padded leather headboards, and Bose headphones.
The crew is just as outstanding as the atmosphere and your linens, silverware, and pajamas were designed by Givenchy. It doesn’t get more first class than that and it’s only 107,500 KrisFlyer miles. You can score this deal flying out of the New York as well if you transfer SPG Points to Singapore Airlines for 93,500 KrisFlyer miles.
Also, you may have heard about the Chase Sapphire Reserve. It’s the new credit card that gives you 100,000 points on signup, which is basically enough to take this flight.
We’ve got even more amazing flights, including the gold-encrusted Emirates first class cabin.
2. Emirates First Class to Milan One-way for 75,000 Miles
Emirates is known for its high-class, deluxe first class experiences and the flight from New York to Milan is no exception. Sip champagne, enjoy a free chauffeur to and from the airport, a mini-bar, vanity station, free skincare products, flat screen with touchscreen controller, and a full bed leather seat. It’s basically like a hotel in the air. They even have an on-board shower for you to relish after being on a plane for many hours. For a trip to Europe in this lavish style, 75,000 miles doesn’t seem too shabby.