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Japan Airlines to refit 777-300ERs

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  • Japan Airlines to refit 777-300ERs

    Japan Airlines has announced plans to install brand-new seats in every cabin class on its international fleet of 777-300ER aircraft.
    The newly-designed seats will debut on the daily service between Tokyo (Narita) and London(Heathrow) from January 2013, and will progressively be expanded to New York (John F Kennedy) and mainly on other long-haul Europe and North America routes in JAL’s network.
    Every new seat, significantly superior to their preceding models, will offer customers in all four cabin classes a leap forward in comfort level, functionality, and the overall onboard experience.
    JAL will start refitting 13 of its flagship 777-300ER aircraft with these seats; 8 in First, 49 in Business, 40 in Premium Economy and 135 in Economy Class.
    Subsequently, JAL will introduce the latest full-flat Business Class beds on its fleet of 767-300ER, followed by a complete renewal of seats in every other class of travel commencing from the second half of 2013.
    A foremost highlight of the renewal is the fully flat beds in Business Class arranged in an innovative layout that offers every customer unobstructed access to the aisles.

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