It's every bit as wonderful as you'd think.

By Ellie Nan Storck
October 01, 2015
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Credit: Google

If you've ever wanted to experience the luxury that is a completely exclusive, business class-only airplane, now's your chance. British Airways has granted Google access to go inside its brand-new, ultra-luxe A318 aircraft—and, with just a few clicks, you can take a peek, too.

With a little help from Google photography, Google-users can now see 360-degree views of the business-class-only plane—a service not all of us can boast of experiencing. This trans-Atlantic jet services New York twice a day, and features seats that all lie flat, with a 2x2 configuration. With the capacity of 107 passengers, the A318 maintains exclusivity by operating with just 32 seats and one, spacious aisle. But thanks to British Airways and Google, now we can all experience a little bit of in-flight luxury.

Ellie Storck is the Digital Editorial Assistant at Travel + Leisure. You can follow her on Instagram at @ellienan.