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In Brief: SWISS Unveils New Boeing 777-300ER Interiors

SWISS unveiled the interior of its new Boeing 777-300ER on Thursday. The airline has nine of the long-haul twinjets on order, with the first slated for delivery January 2016.

Each of the new aircraft will have 340 seats across three classes of service, feature wireless internet connectivity, and be available for flights to and from the American west coast, South America and Asia.

SWISS Economy Class (Photo: Swiss)

The lion’s share of seating will be reserved for Economy Class, with 270 seats, leaving 62 for Business Class and eight in First Class. The aircraft’s opulent comfort and design will be present throughout the cabin for all classes, but only passengers in First will have access to a 32-inch screen, remotely adjustable window blinds and a personal wardrobe.

SWISS Business Class (Photo: Swiss)

Business Class seating is set to feature adjustable seat firmness, as well as the ability to recline into a 6″ 7′ flatbed. Economy Class seats will feature interactive touchscreens and new comfort technology. All classes will enjoy a self-service kiosk featuring a diverse array of drinks and snacks.For more information on this story, visit SWISS’ designated 777-300ER page.

[Photos: SWISS]

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YEGTigger July 12, 2015

Fact sheet shows 10 across, 32" seat pitch in Y

Happydayy July 11, 2015

9 or 10 seats across in economy?

roberino July 10, 2015

For "new comfort technology" read 'smaller, harder seats with less recline'.