Inside the New High-Tech First-Class Cabin from British Airlines
The new High-Tech First-Class Cabin from British Airlines looks amazing!
They have giving us a sneak peek on how their latest first-class cabin, located on Dreamliner 787-9, looks like.
The Dreamliner 787-9 will now be traveling to a lot of new destinations, and will have prices starting from $3,795 return.
With eight first-class seats per aircraft, compared to 14 on other British Airways aircraft, this new first-class cabin is very exclusive.
Guests can control their in-flight entertainment with a new headset that British Airways say operates like a smartphone.
During flight, the handset can be docked so that customers are also able to watch one item, such as the moving map, on the handset and another, such as a film, on the 23inch fixed screen.
This also means travelers will be able to enjoy gate-to-gate entertainment, without having to stow their television for take-off and landing.
The cabin features high-tech gadgets like a split-screen entertainment system, seats that recline at the turn of a button and cool design that the President will surely approve.
Like I said, these seats are exclusive and no everyone can fly in this British Airways cabin. The exclusive seats are available on flights to new destinations that include Abu Dhabi and Muscat, all available from November 5th.
The company has been using feedback from fliers, and said that the designs have been created to put ‘comfort at heart of the experience’.
What this mean for the passenger, the carrier said, are the new cabin new storage areas, which include compartments for shoes, handbags, tablets, passports, and a range of personal items.
It even includes a mirror fixed to the inside of locker doors for personal grooming.
Plus, the customers who need to charge any devices can do it now in a discreet stowage area located next to their armrest.
The soft leather seats, and lights, can also be controlled from the touch of a button, with five additional functions.
The cabin has incorporated new storage areas into its design, which include areas for shoes, handbags, tablets, passports and a range of personal items.
The carrier pointed out that some features on the new Dreamliner 787-9 will benefit everyone.
The lighting in every cabin, for instance, can be set to reflect the time of day, helping to lull travelers to sleep at night and to wake up in the morning.
The company will start by offering flights on the 787-9 Dreamliner to Kuala Lumpur to Delhi in October, followed by Abu Dhabi and Muscat in November.
The news of the new routes comes after the company revealed last month that the plane’s sky debut would start with flights to Delhi from October 25.
From December flights will be offered to Kuala Lumpur, with Austin in Texas launching in February, and San Jose, California, in May.
A total of 42 787s are to join British Airways, with the first 787-9 aircraft arriving at the end of September. We fell in love with the interiors, they may not be as luxurious as those in the world’s most expensive private jets, but it’s definitely on the right course!