Promising a “leap forward in comfort”, Japan Airlines (JAL) has released plans to install new seats in every cabin on its international fleet of 777-300ER aircraft.
Announced late last week, the new seats are expected to debut on the carrier’s daily services between Tokyo to London from January next year and follow on to the rest of the fleet throughout the year.
The airline’s vice president of product and service strategy development Takahisa Hatakeyama said the move was part of JAL’s “earnest efforts” to offer “originality and innovative products” that exceed passenger expectation.
"Extensive research and planning have gone into the selection of these new products, and with the roll-out including other upcoming services, we hope to deliver on our promise to offer our customers excellence in safety and quality, and to express our gratitude for their support as we endeavour to re-establish ourselves as a leading air transport company that can continuously serve the traveLling public," the president of product said.
According to the airline, it will also introduce the latest full-flat Business Class beds on its 767-300ER fleet as well as a complete renewal of seats in every other class from the second half of 2013.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J