Posted on: 28 September 2018 by Alexander Preston
Juneyao Airlines has unveiled the planned suite of services for its first 787 Dreamliner scheduled to be delivered in Seattle in mid-October.
The airline plans to roll out a series of new service features in business class: 29 highly customised 1-2-1 configuration Thompson Vantage XL full-flat seats that give the passenger additional private personal space and ensure a more comfortable flight experience. Seats are designed with a gentle massage feature, an adjustable multifunctional light source and a larger storage space.
Economy class incorporates a 3-3-3 layout, making more efficient use of the wide-bodied aircraft’s space. Optimised cabin space planning and the highly acclaimed Recaro CL3710 seat delivers legroom up to 32 inches. Each seat is equipped with a next-generation Panasonic 12-inch high-definition personal entertainment system and a separate USB port. In addition, the seat headrest can be adjusted in nine directions, assuring a relaxed and refreshed passenger, even after a long flight. A next-generation high-flux on-board satellite communications system keeps the traveller constantly connected even while cruising at 30,000 feet.
The configuration management team has specially customised a blend of seven kinds of light and shadows which, in Chinese traditional thought, symbolises good fortune for the cabin and all that is within, while, at the same time, delivering to passengers a relaxing, easy-on-the-eyes visual experience. Quentin Bisch, a famous perfumer from Givaudan, has created a special fragrance exclusively for the airline, adding an aromatic scent to the cabin.