South Korean airline Asiana is spruiking the biggest entertainment system in the sky on its new OZ First Suite, with the main entertainment monitor measuring a whopping 32 inches (81cm).
The massive screen takes up just about all of the wall on Asiana's OZ First Suite (which takes its name from the airline's two-letter flight code rather than pointing to any Australian connection) and is wider than the fully flat bed that's the main feature of the first class offering.
This supersized display easily bests the previous record-holder: Emirates 27 inch panels in first class on its latest Boeing 777-300ERs.
There's also a smaller touchscreen device to control the big screen, seat adjustments and mood lighting within the cabin.
Asiana's suites now feature doors that close fully for privacy in your own personal movie theatre, and a minibar if you don't want to bother the crew for a beverage.
Couples travelling together might prefer the centre pairs of suites, which have a retractable wall separator, while a large ottoman provides an opportunity for dining à deux.
Asiana's OZ First Suites are found on a subset of the airline's Boeing 777-200ER aircraft -- but not the ones used to Australia, where business class is the top offering. The OZ First Suites are currently found on flights between Seoul and Tokyo, Ho Chi Minh and Chicago.
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Aviation journalist and travel columnist John took his first long-haul flight when he was eight weeks old and hasn't looked back since. Well, except when facing rearwards in business class.