People get irrationally excited about Qatar Airways QSuites business class. That’s only half true. People get excited about Qatar Airways QSuites business class and there’s nothing irrational about it. The business class “suite” offers a door you can fully close for ultimate privacy, in addition to a fully flat bed, extra large entertainment screen and other ridiculous perks – like dine on demand food. The airline just announced brand new routes in the United States set to feature the revolutionary “first in business” seat – so here’s where you can find it flying to and from. Side note, we’ll update the master guide shortly.

Chicago From April

Qatar Airways will bring QSuites business class to Chicago, starting April 1st, 2018. Flights 725, 726 respectively between Doha and Chicago will allow more than 14 hours of flight time to sample the ridiculously cozy business class seating. In case you were wondering, you can use Qatar, British Airways, American, Qantas, AsiaMiles and other points currencies to book these seats for free. But if you’ve “got the dough” they’re worth every penny too.

Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles

In the press release provided to Business Insider, Qatar officially announced QSuites service for Dallas, Houston and Los Angeles. This follows expansion of the QSuites into New York City, now available on both daily flights. No exact timing has been laid out for these route, but we’ll update the dedicated QSuites page as information becomes available.

Other Routes

Not yet sold? You can take a tour of the Qatar Airways business class QSuites here. These new cities join New York, Washington D.C, Paris, London, Frankfurt and Seoul amongst other major international gateways offering these stunning new “first class in business class” seats. If there’s ever a business class seat worth spending your points on – we’d have to say it’s probably this one. It’s great to see Qatar rolling out these new seats so rapidly. One can only hope…

Will you try Qatar QSuites Business Class?

HT: David Slotnick, Business Insider