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First Class Cabin Review aboard British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner

Dal Kikin
November 13, 2018

British Airways'  Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flies the routes to Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Abu Dhabi, Austin American and Muscat in Oman.

The company also worked on the opening of its new liner routes over its cabin - here appeared luxury premium cabins, the appearance and functional stuffing was developed by the English Forpeople design bureau.

The first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner rolled off the assembly line in 2013 - and already appeared in the fleet of the British airline. While it remains the most advanced liner of British Airways, and not only in the sense of technology, the lightweight and graceful 63-meter giant can, for example, rise upwards at an angle of 30 degrees, but also in terms of comfort.

Only 8 passengers will fly premium class on board the Boeing - unlike 14 passengers on other long-haul flights of British Airways. Designers of luxury suites were designed by the airline staff and took into account the wishes of the passengers' vip - a leather chair with dozens of possible angles of inclination of all its parts and a footrest, large portholes covered with light skin with low screens and individual lighting, the intensity of which the passenger adjusts depending on from their biological rhythms.

Premium class cabins are completely exclusive and private, they have 4 compartments for storing personal belongings, a coat rack and a shoe cabinet, there is a table with a port for a telephone, a mirror and an outlet. In the chair, among other things, a console is built in with a remote that looks more like a smartphone, from which a passenger can control a multimedia center with a personal 23-inch screen, spot lighting and a microclimate in suite, and a Boeing Wi-Fi network is also available in the suite.