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Etihad displayed its New Business Class seats on a brand-new Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Etihad displayed its New Business Class seats on a brand-new Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

The official airline of the United Arab Emirates, Etihad Airways, will be showing a number of brand-new additions and improvements this week in Dubai at the Arabian Travel Market. In addition to the 39 Dreamliners that Etihad now runs, the airline unveiled the new interior for its Boeing 787 Dreamliners which will enter the fleet in the third quarter of this year.

The Business cabin boasts the distinctive, fashionable decor of Etihad, including a personalized Elements seat made by Collins. The Elements seat on the Boeing 787 is being introduced by Etihad as the first airline in the world.

The new chairs will offer visitors a comfortable, roomy setting with additional isolation afforded by a suite door. In order to give visitors even more privacy, the suite’s height has been raised since the A350’s initial model.

The cabin is laid out in a 1-2-1 arrangement, providing comfort, convenience, and privacy whether travelling alone or with companions. Each of the 32 Business seats has direct aisle access. The chairs have a 17.3″ 4K TV, Bluetooth headphone pairing, multiple charging ports, wireless charging, and plenty of storage. They also recline to a fully flat bed that is 78″ long.

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The amazing collaboration between Etihad and Armani/Casa has now been fully implemented in all of the airline’s Business class cabins, giving customers an unmatched Business experience. The collection includes custom dining ware and soft furnishings created in association with the renowned worldwide fashion house Armani/Casa.

A circular economy is created by Etihad’s new Economy dining service, which is not only fashionable but also a component of a closed-loop recycling system that completely eliminates single-use plastic. The eating facilities have been created to offer Etihad’s visitors a high-quality experience, while still being practical for the crew and having a minimal environmental impact.

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