Brussels - Brussels Airlines is renewing the cabins of its Airbus A330-300 fleet. The Belgian carrier presented this week the new interior.
The company currently has ten Airbus A330-300 in its long-haul fleet and will invest ten million euros per aircraft for the new cabins. The first aircraft with the new cabin design will enter service next month. The last aircraft will be finished by the spring of 2020.
The concept is called "a boutique hotel in the air", intending to offer the same personal experience on a small scale as in a boutique hotel, particularly in the Business class.
Configured to accommodate 30 passengers, the new Business Class offers privacy for every passenger. Guests have the choice between a single or double seat, depending on whether they are traveling alone or as a couple.
The new Business seats can be converted into sofas or adjustable berths combined with a new lighting environment. In addition, a 15.6" HD display can be tilted to fit any sitting position and includes high-quality earphones. The airline offers a Belgian bar located just behind the Business Class cabin.
New Businnes Cabin of Brussels Airlines
Brussels Airlines also launches a brand new travel class. The Premium Economy class is completely separate from the other classes and offers a Premium seat with more private space, comfortable seats and a large central armrest allowing you to sit undisturbed. The 38'' seat pitch offers 23% more legroom, compared to the Economy Class. A wider seat with a wider headrest and a generous 40 ° seat recline. The 13.3 "HD IFE (In-Flight Entertainment) screens are equipped with AC power sockets and USB ports.
The new Economy cabin offers additional comfort with new seats featuring an ergonomic headrest and adjustable neck support. A wider seat tilt mechanism, a personal USB port and a wide range of entertainment and games are also available on a 10.1" screen.