Japan Airlines to revamp domestic cabins with new business class
Japan Airlines has indicated it will be revamping its in-flight cabins on its domestic routes as well. The airline has rolled out its ‘JAL New Sky’ project across a series of long-haul aircrafts, primarily its Boeing 777 aircrafts fleet by equipping them with new economy and business class seats. Japan Airlines has now said that it will emulate this and further expand the initiative to a range of domestic single and twin aisle aircraft.
Japan Airlines said that it is determined to make business class flights experience pleasant for its customers flying on domestic routes. The airline said that it will start introducing its revamped economy and business class cabin products on a range of Boeing 777s, Boeing 767s and Boeing 737 aircrafts currently operating within Japan.
According to Japan Airlines, new leather seating and LED lighting will be installed throughout the aircraft cabins. The airline will upgrade the cabins with a new slim-line seat in economy class offering an extra 5 cm of legroom compared to the existing economy class seats. The airline stated that its J Class or domestic business class seats, would be featuring slightly wider seats. The airline will also be installing new carpets throughout the aircraft.