14 Airlines That Give Sky High A Whole New Meaning

Today, catching a plane is a mundane and almost tiresome task. Add to that annoying co-passengers, cranky babies, uncomfortable seats… the list goes on. But some airlines have decided to put a little zing to when you take wing.

Take a look:

1. German Nude Airline

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Passengers can actually wander around naked on this flight. The airline started this bizarre trend for passengers going on their summer holiday from the German city of Erfurt to a popular Baltic Sea resort.

2. The VietJet Air

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On this airline, one is welcomed by air hostess wearing a bikini. The firm stirred up a controversy in 2011 when it released a series of images of women dressed only in bikinis as part of an advertising campaign. It quickly became known as the “bikini airline” and female crew still wear them on special flights.

3. Giant pink plane called ‘GAY’

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In the fight for rainbow rights, Iceland’s WOW Airline takes the cake. The Reykjavik-based airline launched the hot pink planes in support of LGBT rights. That’s a win!

4. Air Malta

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For those who are afraid flying, Air Malta is the best bid to ward off the fear. This flight offers services that include complimentary neck, head, and foot massages. It also gives out spa vouchers and beauty products.

On this airline, one is welcomed by air hostess wearing a bikini. The firm stirred up a controversy in 2011 when it released a series of images of women dressed only in bikinis as part of an advertising campaign. It quickly became known as the “bikini airline” and female crew still wear them on special flights.

5. A Hello Kitty themed airline

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Hello Kitty, the cat that conquered the world has even taken to the skies! And a Taiwanese airline took Hello Kitty mania to the next level by having designing aircraft interiors around the fantasy feline.

6. North Korea, Air Koryo

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Air Koryo, the carrier of North Korea, has been named the world’s worst airline. Air hostesses sing patriotic songs through the flight and one cannot watch anything but the leader Kim Jong Un’s favourite lectures. Since it started services in the 1950s, the airline has been serving the same kind of burger!

7. Kulula Airlines

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Founded in July 2001, this South African low-fare airline that only travels in and around a handful of African countries. Its planes are a funky neon green and also has a humorous tag line on the aircraft that says “This way is up”!

8. Air New Zealand

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For people flying between New Zealand and Los Angeles, this airline provides something called skycouches or cuddle class. Passengers get to turn their seats into beds or couches.

9. Bearskin Airlines

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This Canadian airline has the most unusual slogan on the aircraft, which reads, ‘Let the Bear take you there’! The airline has no beverage service or bathroom on board. They also have no overhead storage bins and have very limited space under the seat. Yet, this is the most popular airline and offers more than 100 departures daily to 18 destinations in Ontario and Manitoba.

10. Hooters Air

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In 2003, the restaurant chain Hooters joined the airline business. While it eventually stopped its services, the airlines’ “delightfully tacky yet unrefined” theme was the centre of everybody’s attention. The plane had scantily clad Hooters girls and flight attendants that entertained passengers with trivia games, Hooters merchandise, and assisted with beverage service. The airline shut shop in 2006.

11. La Compagnie

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This French airline provides massage chairs that can be transformed into beds; passengers also get gourmet dishes of your choice, and everyone gets a Samsung tablet The best part? The price of the seat is less than business class!

12. Virgin Atlantic

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If you’re a fan of art, this upper-class flight between London and New York has an in-flight commercial art gallery. It is called the Gallery in the Air, and the exhibit featured many typography-style works by Ben Eine. Passengers on board can take a virtual tour of the art exhibit and purchase some of the art pieces.

13. United Airlines

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This airline started offering passengers the option of ordering up a ride through their mobile app. They have a mobile app which allows one to get an Uber to bypass the long airport taxi lines. Once you select a ride, the app automatically transfers passengers to the Uber website to sign up for an account to complete the transaction.

14. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines

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They actually let people view other passengers’ Facebook or LinkedIn profile details and see where they’ll be sitting. It’s called the ‘Meet and Seat’ service, While it sounds exciting, it’s almost glorifying stalking.
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