Air travel can become tedious for regular flyers.

Despite some airlines offering all in-flight amenities and entertainment options, it’s dull and long for most.

Because of this, some airlines have come up with some creative ways to make flying more interesting.

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Here are some of the most exclusive and bizarre airlines in the world. 

The German Nude Airlines

It’s something of a national stereotype that Germans prefer to do things with their clothes off.

And in 2008, a German travel agency launched the world’s first nude airline.

The flights were for a summer day trip from the German city of Erfurt to a Baltic Sea resort.

However, rules were made that passengers needed to be dressed while boarding and getting off the plane, which was probably a relief to the rest of the people at the airport.

VietJet Air: an airline with cabin crew in bikini

Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, the CEO of VietJet Aviation, became a billionaire from this idea.

It was very controversial, but flight attendants on her planes wearing bikinis worked a treat.

The bold move led to her becoming Vietnam’s first self-made female billionaire.

As well as the bikini gimmick, the airline offered flights for less than $50, which means millions of people in the south-east Asian country could suddenly take their first flights.

To be clear, only a handful of flights feature bikini-clad staff.

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Air Malta: Offering free massages

This became a hit in 2015 when Air Malta offered free massages to each customer.

Not only this, but they also provide free spa vouchers and beauty products.

The aim was to enhance customers’ experience.

Passengers could get feet, hand, and neck massages during the flight.

Air New Zealand: cuddle classes

If you fly via Air New Zealand airline between New Zealand and Los Angeles, you can buy sky couches.

This was also called a cuddle class.

The sky couches are seats that can turn into sofas or beds.

It was a great idea to enhance customer comfort and works well for couples and families.

Hooters Air: Airline with Hooters Girls

Although this no longer exists, it definitely deserves mention.

The restaurant chain, Titillating Hooters, joined the airline business.

Each flight came with two Hooter girls and flight attendants that would play trivia games with passengers to keep them entertained.

They would also sell sold Hooters merchandise and help with beverage service.

The flights only lasted between 2003 and 2006, and is thought to have cost the company $40 million.

La Compagnie: massage beds and Michelin star food

This is a French airline based in Paris.

This service is only available on flights between Paris and New York.

What better way to travel than with massage chairs that recline into beds and eat Michelin star food?

It doesn’t stop there.

Each passenger gets a Samsung entertainment tablet. The service it provides is also cheaper than competitor business class flights.

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