If you are looking for a hotel room suite that’s big enough for two people, this article may help you out.
Lufthansa recently revealed that its newest Airbus A330-300 fleet will have up to two hotel suites on board.
The suites are available for £9,200 a night, but the company said it had to cut some of these numbers to meet the stringent rules imposed by the European Union.
These rules require airlines to keep a minimum number of passengers on board, including luggage, baggage handlers, crew, and anyone else who has to work on-board.
The rules are a big step towards meeting the requirements of the European Commission’s rules for airline safety, which are intended to ensure that airline operators are meeting all safety requirements.
It is also important to note that these rules do not apply to the Airbus A320 aircraft.
However, it is important to remember that airlines have the right to decide whether or not to offer their own suite option.
The EU rules have a catch.
As the rules are based on the Airbus model, there are a few exceptions to them.
For example, there is a provision for one-bed suites for up to four people on the Boeing 767-200 aircraft, and there are also exceptions for a crew of three and a senior stewardess on the 777-300ER.
Larger suites on some models of the Boeing 737-800 are also available, but they are limited to a maximum of four people.
These types of suites are often considered too large to fit into the Airbus cabin, so airlines are trying to keep them small.
The company said in a statement: “We believe the A330 can accommodate up to eight people on a flight and therefore we have chosen to keep the number of hotel suites to two.
The A330 cabin can accommodate four people and therefore the cabin has four seats.”
However, Lufthsa added that it would be “difficult” to keep this number of rooms open in the future.
If the airline was to offer a suite option, the company would need to convince the Commission to allow it.
L’Air de France has offered hotel suites for €10,800, but has since been removed from its website.
However the company has said it would offer a separate suite option for a further €15,000.