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11/13/2012 03:02 pm ET Updated Jan 13, 2013

Turn-Down Service For First Class Fliers

First-class seats extend to a full horizontal position, as seen during a tour of a flight test version of the Boeing 787 Drea
First-class seats extend to a full horizontal position, as seen during a tour of a flight test version of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner as it makes a tour stop at the Boeing plant in Long Beach, Calif., Wednesday, March 14, 2012. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)

Sweet dreams on an airplane generally are reserved for first class passengers. And United Airlines is sweetening that dreamy proposition for their premier passengers with a new turn-down service on long-haul international flights.

Upon request, crew members will make up a passenger's flat-bed suite, plumped up with a new sleeping cushion with a 250 thread-count cover, plus the airline's standard duvet, pillows and Philosophy-brand toiletry kit. Note: there are mints in the toiletry kit, but not on the pillow.

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