Tuesday, 26 July 2011
Turkish Airlines have launched a new cabin to its Boeing 777's. Entitled Comfort Class, it aims to capture the clientele which look for a little more room, better catering and superior entertainment options.
Comfort Class will be rolled out across 12 aircraft by September and the new cabins will feature 63 seats which provide 116cm pitch and 49cm width, these measurements make the seats the largest in the industry. Entertainment will be provided through a 10 inch touch screen which will offer a wide variety of entertainment together with USB and I pod connectivity devices. Comfort Class passengers will also receive amenity kits which are normally only offered to its business class customers.
Customers will be able to experience Comfort Class first hand if they are onboard a flight from Hong Kong to Istanbul or for routes to Beijing, Sau Paulo, Toronto, Shanghai and Tokyo.
Posted by Tom Warsop at 19:23