Brand new and now
A peek at the amenities and comfort items airlines are currently (or should be) carrying
Classic and classy
These amenity kits for Turkish Airlines’ Economy Class, designed by Bayart Innovations, have been inspired by motifs found in classical Turkish decorative arts. Available in six ornamental patterns, each bag contains an eye mask, slippers, a dental kit, Human + Kind lip balm, earplugs, socks and an information card containing insights and history into the bags’ designs.
Saluting cabin crew
Soft and secure
Global Inflight Product’s ultra-soft, non-woven, single-use pillowcases are perfect to cover your passengers’ pillows and provide a relaxing onboard experience. They are available in any size and can be customized with printed patterns or logos to complement your aircraft cabins.
New Business Class amenity kits designed by AK-Service have launched on Aeroflot’s short-haul flights. The kits were made to maintain the highest level of passenger comfort on board and feature images of the airline’s cabin crew. Inside the bags passengers will find the necessities for getting a good night’s sleep in flight, including an eye mask and cozy slippers, as well as L’Occitane cosmetics.
Buzz has brought Sunday Riley on board United’s Polaris and Premium cabins, the first partnership between the airline and the skincare company, both based in Chicago. The United Polaris Business Class kits contain a pomegranate seed oil and shea butter lip balm; a botanical face cream; a hand cream containing shea butter, cocoa butter and rose hip seed oil; and a facial cleansing cloth with peppermint extract.
6 MAY 2019