Emirates has just been named the Airline of the Year at the 2018 Air Transport Awards - and this could be why.
If you've ever jostled for control of an armrest or had a pesky passenger recline their seat right into your knees, you'll know that flying economy can be a bit of a pain.
Inspired by NASA technology, the recliners give passengers a feeling of relaxation and weightlessness.
Passengers can easily communicate with the cabin crew, or request for room service using the video call function.
The suites also come with a service window where customers can be served drinks and canapes undisturbed.
You might be wondering what happens if you get stuck in a suite in the middle of the aircraft. Will there be a view of the outside? Fret not - Emirates has thought of that too.
Suites without a real window have a virtual alternative which beams in the view from outside in real-time - while in seats at the side binoculars are available for customers who want to gaze skywards.
And if you get bored of looking outside (after finishing your copy of Time Out DXB
, of course) there are more than 2,500 channels of on-demand entertainment on a 32-inch Full HD LCD TV screen.
However, all that luxury will cost you - it's approximately Dhs35,000 for an Emirates First Class Suite.