The seat products on these two aircraft certainly resemble Japan Airlines’ international premium economy seats found elsewhere in its long-haul fleet, and it’s likely the A350 will feature a similar product as the 767-300ER and 737-800.
The economy class cabin, meanwhile, is perhaps the most straightforward of the lot with a familiar 3-3-3 configuration commonly found on the A350.
For travellers expecting to fly domestically with the Japanese carrier there are some features to look forward to with the new cabins, however. All seats will, for instance, be outfitted with personal monitors, as well as power outlets and USB ports. Wifi connectivity will also be available on board.
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In related news, rival Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) recently took delivery of its very first Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner aircraft. These notably feature business and premium economy class cabins outfitted with similar products as its newly delivered A380 superjumbo.
ANA will fly its new Dreamliner on its Tokyo Narita-Singapore route on April 26 followed by its Tokyo Narita-Bangkok service on July 1.