Back in the heyday of jet travel, airplanes had grand pianos, full bars, even ash trays for smoking. While you may not be able to tickle the ivories on your next flight, you can savor luxuries like five-course meals served on fine china and leather armchairs that fully recline. And you don't have to pony up for a first-class ticket to do so. Business class has upped its game in recent years and we're highlighting the best with GAYOT's Top 10 Business Class Airlines. Once upon a time, getting Wi-Fi up in the air was a big deal; these days its personal screens with 2,000 channels, limo service after you've touched down, and yes, those old-school full bars that take the tedium out of long-haul flights.