Updated: Enclosed Business Class Suites

There are very few enclosed suites with personal doors and even fewer of them are assigned to a Business Class seat – usually those are marked as First Class. Here is the list of Business Class Suites:

JetBlue Mint Suite – only transcontinental, no alliance shared space, but lots of transfer partners.
Delta One Suite – plenty of transatlantic and transpacific flights, SkyTeam alliance, American Express Membership Rewards and Marriott Bonvoty transfer partners as well as several cobranded Amex credit cards. Award tickets start from 75000 Delta SkyMiles or as low as 50000 Virgin Atlantic miles.
Qatar Airways QSuites – as far as US fliers are concerned, only transatlantic routes with Doha connections to Europe and Asia. Oneworld alliance, City and Capital One transfer partners. Starts from 101500 Qatar’s Qmiles, 70000 miles via AAdvantage, or 75000 Cathay Pacific.
In March 2019 British Airways announced a new Business Class “Club Suite” with door. Long-haul flights are planned from October 1, 2019. BA was always known for exorbitant taxes, airport and fuel surcharges, so you need to be careful when planning an award trip with these seats.
All Nippon Airlines (ANA) started rolling out “The Room” enclosed business seats in August 2019. First flights equipped with new seats are Tokyo-London. Same year Tokyo-NYC and Tokyo-Frankfurt should follow.
In May 2022 Air France announced new Safran Versa business class seats with privacy doors.

There is another cabin not listed here – Malaysia Airlines Business Suites. Even though they were renamed from “first” to “business” recently, the price for those seats (money or award) is higher than regular business class seat on this airline, so it’s not a real business seat.

Author: Eugene I.

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