For its latest Dreamliner jetliner B787-10, KLM has launched a business class seat of its own choice. Presently, this Dutch carrier features eight flights on order and is considered to be the first to deliver the longest Dreamliner in June 2019. The airline affirmed that all the business class passengers will get an opportunity of direct aisle access via a Venture seat that will get installed in a fishbone configuration. The Venture seat is usually constructed by Jamco, a well-known Japanese company.
The well-constructed fully-flat seat incorporates amazing features comprising privacy divisions for middle seats, an 18.5-inch IFE screen as well as a ‘Do not disturb’’ button on the armrest. In total, it has been unveiled that on every new B787-10 aircraft, there would be 38 World Business Class seats to accommodate the passengers comfortably. The well-built seats are designed in collaboration with Hella Jongerius, the popular Dutch industrial designer.
Essentially, it’s not the first time the airline has worked in co-operation with Jamco. The company has delivered galleys on several long-haul jetliners of the carrier.
For your information, the launch client for B787-10 was Singapore Airlines which undertook to deliver 49 Boeing jetliners prior this month. The flights wold fly to Osaka and Perth from May on daily basis