Finland’s national flag carrier Finnair recently announced it is on course to revamp its business class cabins on most of its long-haul international routes.
The airline in a statement recently said that its customers booking business class flights on several of its long-haul routes would now have a new flying experience with spacious and comfortable business class seats.
Finnair revealed that it is replacing the angled lie-flat seats being currently offered on most of its long-haul flights. Instead of the angled lie-flat seats, the customers traveling on business class tickets to various European destinations would now be offered more spacious and comfortable fully flat beds onboard their aircrafts.
Finnair is presently into a codeshare partnership with Australia’s national flag carrier Qantas Airways. The airline would continue to be Qantas Airways codeshare partner until Qantas’ new alliance with Emirates Airline becomes effective from April 1, 2013.