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Fly to New York in Style: Japan Airlines' New First Class Seat Is a Private Paradise

Fly to New York in Style: Japan Airlines' New First Class Seat Is a Private Paradise


Ahead of its new flights to JFK, Japan Airlines (JAL) has unveiled photos of its new first-class product that will be onboard its A350-1000s. Featuring an innovative bed design, privacy doors, and HD in-flight entertainment (IFE) screens, passengers will undoubtedly enjoy the product offered by JAL.


Photo: Japan Airlines


Coming soon, the Japan Airlines A350-1000 will offer great amenities for passengers. 




Onboard, there will be six first-class suites at the front of the aircraft with doors allowing for privacy for passengers. Overhead storage has been removed, with the storage space instead being located under the bed to create a more spacious environment. The seat can be configured as a sofa, chair, bed, or dual bed layout. The entertainment screen spans 43 in, allowing for a great viewing experience for customers.


Rendering of the onboard first class suites | Photo: Japan Airlines



Artists rendering of the seats to be featured on the A350-1000s with built-in headphone | Photo: Japan Airlines


Business class passengers will also be able to enjoy the comforts offered by JAL. The seat will also feature privacy doors, increased business class seating options, seats that recline to lie flat positions (78 in), and large IFE screens. The seats also have built-in headphones, allowing passengers to kick back, relax, and enjoy their IFE.


Business class cabin rendering | Photo: Japan Airlines


Premium economy was remembered as well. Although it's the only cabin to lack privacy screens, with updated legroom and entertainment systems, there's no doubt that no matter which cabin you choose, you'll be pleased with the offerings. 


Prenium-economy class seat rendering | Photo: Japan Airlines


Economy class, which was always highly regarded, continues to have great offerings for passengers, with seat pitch ranging from 33-34in. The screens offered span 13in with 4K resolution and Bluetooth capability. The seat has a standard headphone jack, and both type A and C USB for chagrin devices. 




Rendering of the economy class seats | Photo: AeroXplorer

Are you looking forward to trying out these new offerings?

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Brandon McLeish
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jm "Premium economy was remembered as well. Although it's the only cabin to lack privacy screens..." Hmmm...looks like here are retractable privacy screens between PE seats?
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