Lufthansa has unveiled the “world’s quietest first class” cabin, but it’s the bathrooms on the A380 that has reviewers gushing. The luxurious First-Class bathroom features wide vertical mirrors and a five-star hotel-style vanity area. The bathroom is fitted with separate wash, changing and toilet areas. In a bid to provide a peaceful journey the A380 cabin includes sound-absorbing curtains which partition off the cabin and sound-absorbing carpet to block footstep noise. The A380 has 526 seats in total, 8 First-Class cabins, 98 in business and 420 in economy, and replaces overhead luggage bins with a lockable floor-level cabinet. First-Class seats are 2.07m long and 80cm wide, while Economy seats have 79cm of leg room.The A380 has 526 seats in total eight First-Class cabins, 98 in business and 420 in economy and replaces overhead luggage bins with a lockable floor-level cabinet. The Lufthansa A380′s maiden flight will take the German soccer team to South Africa for the World Cup. The first commercial flight from Frankfurt to Tokyo is expected to take place on June 11. First-Class travellers will be expected to fork out around $12,200 for the pleasure.