Bornrich: Luxury air travel has suffered a crisis in the economic downturn, but the business-class passengers are still flying on cloud nine. The luxury airlines too are doing everything to make it even better for their first-class passengers. Singapore Airlines, well-known for its first class cabin with the largest seats in the sky, has now introduced a deluxe cabin, known as the "Singapore Suite.” The cabin is more lavish, and more exclusive, than first class on all Singapore Airline A380 aircraft, the world’s largest passenger plane. The suites feature a standalone bed; not one converted from a seat, a lavish armchair hand-stitched by master Italian craftsmen Poltrona Frau, a full length wardrobe, a 23-inch TV monitor and a selection of more than 700 music CDs and 120 movies, gourmet dining, with travelers allowed to choose from Don Perignon or Krug champagne. For couples, a double bed can be configured.