I think it’s a fad these days for things which are bigger than their usual sizes. It’s kinda in the air! I mean, go to any place or use any product or make a wish for anything, it would surely be bigger than the big, larger than life! Look around yourselves and see. Kids want large playrooms, want to study in big schools, love to stay in huge magnificent houses, dream of a personal home theatre, need a big car to get dropped to schools and the list continues. Well folks, it doesn't ends here, this desire to have and own big exists with mature individuals as well, not because someone out there is selfish or anything, but this thing to possess more and more and more is innate in all of us. Whenever we go out of our houses, we want broader roads to drive, we want a spacious big mall to shop, need lager rooms to live, stay in big hotels, swim in a large pool, get out treatment in a reputed giant hospital, phones with large screens to operate, opt for sedans than compact cars, ladies need a spacious kitchen, arenas, concert grounds, stadiums, amphitheatres and the number is interminable! The bigger is any day better. Of course, other than humans’ sizes, almost everything huge is bliss.
O and yes, how can I forget about the airlines? We’re always attracted to relatively larger airports and Hell yes, the airlines of course! An airline giving you your dream space in the flight, with more than the desired no. of channels to while away your time on board, storage space beyond one’s expectations to keep stuff, providing the sumptuous food, beverages, pillows, blankets, newspapers, etc, keeping in mind the wishes people make on board, the luxury of comfortable seats, fresh air circulation, full safety, less stressful, amicable crew members and the most important of all.. no prize for guesses, the clean and spacious toilets is a gift without being asked for! All such luxury under one roof. Looks like a dream come true for frequent travellers.
The new #Lufthansa A380- the largest commercial aircraft in history, is now flying to Delhi! The decision to allow Airbus 380 is a welcome decision for the Indian aviation industry leveraging India’s aviation market (one of the five fastest-growing markets with the perspective of additional passengers per year). Our capital is the first city in the country to welcome the airline with the launch of daily flights on the Delhi-Frankfurt route, already begun from November 8, 2014. This giant aircraft can seat 850 passengers in comfort enhanced Economy configuration, and 550-600 passengers in a three class configuration. The seats in the sophisticated Business Class and the breathtaking First class are equipped with AC power ports along with USB ports and iphone chargers, offering passengers an unprecedented level of comfort. You can check out The A380 Timelapse video here.
Being Indians, the major expectations from a whole new international airline would generally be seat comfort, crew attitude, good food, leg space, cleaner toilets, less disturbance while taking off and landing and decent entertainment and above all, cheaper flights! #Lufthansa A380 has taken care of these needs and ensures a smooth ascent and highly smooth landing with its four engines taking this 560 ton air-plane cruising an altitude of 39000 feet in less than 15 minutes, promising a peaceful quite environment. The broader seats, more space to stretch out while sleeping and relaxing, wider aisles and stairs helps enjoy some tranquil moments with oneself. Above all, it helps one stay connected, even on board, with the in-flight wifi throughout the Airbus (though paid) helps you surf web, send mails, and chat on your Smartphone or laptops.
Thus, other than bringing glamour to the Indian Aviation Industry, #Lufthansa A380 will ascent a New Era as it would allow optimal use of infrastructure, share larger growth with the best cabin in the sky, improve the efficiency and the capacity utilisation and alleviate the traffic congestion at fussy airports and finally would give India more market access in UAE, Germany and Singapore.
You never know, this may be your Love at First Flight! ;)