KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has upgraded its World Business Class seats in all its Boeing 777 aircraft in a move aimed at meeting evolving customer needs.
The Boeing 777-300 and the777-200 have been equipped with the updated World Business Class seats, which are an average 10-15 percent lighter because of the technological input, and allow them to be adjusted to a comfortable bed and sliding doors that can be closed for more privacy while working, relaxing and/or sleeping.
It also contains several charging options conveniently located within sight of the passenger, a wireless charging option, a lockable cupboard with extra storage space and a built-in mirror. The chair offers recessed bottle holder to safely place a bottle of water ‘on’ the table, even in the event of turbulence
AirFrance-KLM General Manager for East and Southern Africa, Nigeria, and Ghana Marius van der Ham said they aim to make these conversions without compromising on quality.
“The seats have been improved in terms of design, technology and sustainability criteria. Based on extensive customer and competitive research, we have improved the seat so that the customer can enjoy even more privacy and comfort during the flight. “He said.
More personal adjustment options and useful functionalities include adjustable support for the lower back and a relax mode with a subtle back massage, is available.
KLM chose the Jamco Venture seat in a1-2-1 configuration with direct aisle access for each passenger which is already in use in the World Business Class of the Boein g787 aircraft.