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New amenity kits are out -- here's the scoop on six of the latest to hit the flights

Published: 21/04/2017 - Filed under: Home » News »

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Qantas amenity kit

QANTAS

INTRODUCED Launching May 1, 2017
CABIN CLASS Business class
AVAILABILITY International flights
COLLABORATORS 16 Australian creatives 

INFO Announced last week, Qantas’ new range of international business class amenity kits have been developed in collaboration with 16 Australian artists, photographers and “digital influencers”. Each of the kits will feature artwork from one of the collaborators (eight types each for men and for women), with two new designs launching every few months.

qantas.com

JAL amenity kit 

JAPAN AIRLINES

INTRODUCED March 28, 2017 
CABIN CLASS First class
AVAILABILITY International flights
COLLABORATORS Porsche Design

INFO Japan Airlines’ new international first class amenity kits are available in two colours – red for flights from Japan and grey for flights to Japan. The kits themselves feature the essentials, including a toothbrush kit, mouthwash, ear plugs, eye mask, brush, moisture mask, and pocket tissue. However in addition to these, hand and body cream, facial spray and lip balm all designed by German lifestyle brand Porsche Design are also included. And while not technically part of the new amenity kits, a separate Porsche Design pyjama top and trousers are also offered in their own black case.

jal.com

Air France amenity kit 

AIR FRANCE

INTRODUCED February 20, 2017 
CABIN CLASS First and business class
AVAILABILITY Long-haul flights
COLLABORATORS Clarins and Clarita

INFO Available until August, Air France’s latest amenity kits for its premier customers come in two varieties. The business class bags come in four colours – blue, grey, orange and turquoise – and include Clarins products, such as moisturiser. Meanwhile the first class offering is a rectangular box coming in light blue or orange and featuring Carita’s Lagoon skincare products.

Meanwhile back in January, Air France also unveiled new black and yellow/red amenity kits for its premium economy passengers onboard its long-haul flights.

airfrance.com

Hong Kong amenity kit 

HONG KONG AIRLINES

INTRODUCED February 16, 2017
CABIN CLASS Business class
AVAILABILITY Long-haul flights

COLLABORATORS Clip, Ricebowl Republic, L’Occitane

INFO Another carrier that has partnered together with local creatives to develop their amenity kits, Hong Kong Airlines began offering four different bags each bearing unique designs depicting notable Hong Kong sights and landmarks. These include the Hong Kong skyline, Star Ferry, Hong Kong Tramways and a rickshaw.

In-flight experience specialists Clip and local design house Ricebowl Republic developed these bags together with Hong Kong Airlines. Meanwhile, French skincare brand L’Occitane has lent its shea butter ultra-rich lip balm and hand cream to the ensemble.

hongkongairlines.com

American Airlines amenity kit 

AMERICAN AIRLINES

INTRODUCED January 2017 
CABIN CLASS First and business class
AVAILABILITY Long haul and transcontinental flights between New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles
COLLABORATORS Cole Haan, 3Lab, CO Bigelow, and Clark’s Botanicals

INFO This is the second time American Airlines has collaborated with designer Cole Haan to develop its amenity kits. They also feature products from 3Lab, CO Bigelow and Clark’s Botanicals products, much like its previous iteration.

The kits are available in grey, burgundy, navy and black, with the first class version able to be reused as a tablet holder. First class travellers also now get a new set of grey and navy pyjamas.

aa.com

Qatar Airlines amenity kit 

QATAR AIRWAYS

INTRODUCED December 2016 
CABIN CLASS First and business class
AVAILABILITY Long-haul flights
COLLABORATORS Brics and Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio

INFO Qatar Airways has introduced a medley of different amenity kits since December last year, including separate bags for economy class passengersshort- and medium-haul passengers, and first and business class passengers. Of these, the latter are undoubtedly the most impressive, developed in collaboration with fashion house Brics and Italian skincare brand Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio.

The first class offerings follow Brics’ Bellagio series of bags with two leather strips across them, while the business class kits follow its Sintesis line of trolley bags. Four colours are available in total, with black and grey offered for men and burgundy and white for women. Inside are lip balm, facial mist, and anti-ageing moisturiser.

qatarairways.com

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