New LH Business Class on Display

Old Dec 6, 03, 6:18 am
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New LH Business Class on Display

at FRA, Terminal A, to the far right, near the Priority Check-In area. Will be on display until Friday, Dec 12th.

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Old Dec 8, 03, 4:03 am
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Anyone know if it is also on display in HAM or DUS? Flying to both this week, but sadly probably not FRA or MUC again before Christmas...

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Old Dec 8, 03, 4:39 am
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I believe I saw a display of this in MUC yesterday - landside in the new Terminal.
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Old Dec 16, 03, 2:57 am
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I had the chance to take a seat on the new seats on Saturday. I have to admit that I was not overwhelmed. As some fellow FTers said, the seat appears quite narrow and tight, not as comfortable as the old C seat Looks more like a E+ seat (just my personal impression...). The master control could be used intuitively, by far better than the F seat control. When switching to the rest and sleep positions I felt somewhat like on a dentist's chair. Time was to short to evaluate the "schiefe Ebene" (do not know a proper word) sleeping positon properly (did not fall asleep). The reading light is equipped with (blueish-)white LEDs, in Terminal 1,A it was not dark enough to check it out. To be honest, I expected more. But, I think I have to fly the new seat to get a profound impression. So, what is your impression?
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Old Dec 16, 03, 4:33 am
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by fradoc:
the seat appears quite narrow and tight, not as comfortable as the old C seat</font>
Possibly even the best airline seat would looked cramped when removed from the confined space of the cabin? Imagine a first class seat in your living room, it would loose its appeal, whereas on the plane ...
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Old Dec 18, 03, 12:10 pm
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<font face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif" size="2">Originally posted by fradoc:
As some fellow FTers said, the seat appears quite narrow and tight, not as comfortable as the old C seat When switching to the rest and sleep positions I felt somewhat like on a dentist's chair. To be honest, I expected more. </font>

Canīt agree more!



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