Sunday, 24 March 2013

KLM reveals new World Business Class cabin

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KLM reveals new World Business Class cabin

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has announced its new World Business Class cabin interior, featuring the new full-flat seat.

Responding to its customers’ needs and wishes, KLM aims to accentuate the at-home feeling for Business Class customers with its new cabin interior.

Cabin Interior

KLM has teamed up with leading Dutch designer Hella Jongerius to introduce a brand-new atmosphere, furnishings and style in World Business Class.

In addition to the new full-flat seats, the interior features new carpeting, panel decorations, curtains, lighting, blankets, cushions and upholstery.

First up for redecoration are KLM’s fleet of 22 Boeing 747-400s.

In doing so, KLM will be changing all of WBC in the height of Dutch design, thereby combining its Dutch roots with international allure.

Full-Flat Seat

The new full-flat seat offers customers optimum comfort. It can be reclined horizontally so the passenger can lie fully flat.

The seat position in the cabin and the partition between television screens ensure greater privacy for passengers.

There are also storage compartments in the seats beside the passengers and under the television screens.

The number of seats in World Business Class will be reduced from 42 to 35 aboard the Boeing 747-400.

KLM has chosen the Diamond Seat manufactured by B/E Aerospace.


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