In October, British Airways introduces its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. It is slightly larger than its sister model, 787-8 which was the first in the Dreamliner family. The first machine to be used on the route between London and Delhi thereafter, the 5/11, is introduced on routes to Abu Dhabi and Muscat in a triangle line called BA073. Thereafter, Kuala Lumpur in December, Austin in February 2016 and in May 2016, San Jose Dreamliner as the visitors. Unlike British Airways Boeing 787-8 787-9 will have four classes on board: First Class (8 seats with 1-2-1 configuration), Club World (42 seats with 2-3-2 configuration), World Traveller Plus (39 seats in 2-3-2 configuration) and World Traveller (127 seats in 3-3-3 configuration).
What is perhaps most interesting about the introduction of the new aircraft type is that British Airways launches new seats in First Class. The company recently released images of the new cabin which shows an elegant design and very inviting cabin. Since the aircraft is less than other long-haul aircraft in the British Airways fleet is why only eight first class seats, compared with 14 aboard their Boeing 777. Here some details of the chairs: The new seats have three storage sites. Own cabinets to the jacket or the like, an extra ottoman on the side of the cabinet, just in front of the seat and is adjustable and a small cabinet beside the chair to the small things. This also points to add phones and other small items where you will also find USB charger and other buttons to control the chair and window. Another major achievement is that the TV is on all 23 “and has an associated touch-screen-based remote control. Further, the screen is fixed in order to be able to watch TV even during takeoff and landing. In the old First Class must be pushed into the wall and locked for security reasons. Alt i alt, it looks like it’s the technology that is the great achievement of the new FirstClass Version. The pictures do not look the chairs much larger than the companies that have really good Business Class seats . British Airways has also produced a Youtube Video that you certainly want to take a closer look at: Technical specifications for the Boeing 787-9: All photos: BA article was originally published by Erling on Bonusfeber.no