Air New Zealand: New business class and environmentally friendly berths (Video)

Air New Zealand: New business class and environmentally friendly berths (Video)

Airline Air New Zealand She introduced the new cabins she would equip Boeing 787 Dreamliner Delivered from 2024: New wing Business luxurynew Business class seatand in economics “I Skynest In the world” — superimposed berths, aiming for the three cabins “the best sleep in the air.”

As of 2024, it is the national carrier of New Zealand based at the airportOakland will prepare Eight 787 expected of the new cabins, in response to “global customer feedback on the importance of sleep and the need for more comfort and space”. The interior design is inspired by the “unique character of Aotearoa” so that “customer passengers experience New Zealand the moment they step on board”.

This includes a new seat Business luxuryDesigned for guests looking for more space and privacy Skynest, the world’s first sleeping units in the sky for budget travelers. For the latter, the Skynest concept was announced for the first time in 2020, it will be world first; But it will only be available for short periods during the flight, not for the entire flight.

Feedback from five years of in-depth customer research has highlighted, according to Air New Zealand, “the importance good night And the need for more space and convenience, so the new experience is designed around creating a home away from home that leaves guests feeling refreshed and ready to get to their destination.”

Premium luxury business class : the best sleep in heaven. Our new offering is aimed at guests who are looking for maximum space and privacy. A luxurious experience with all the features of a Business Premier, but with a fully enclosed door and dining space for two.

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Premium Business Class : A comfortable and private nest for a pleasant journey and a peaceful sleep. And if you’re traveling with a companion, the middle row allows guests to open their nest and share their experience.

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premium class : For sweet tooths looking for a little luxury to unwind and enjoy the taste of Aotearoa. Our new seat provides more privacy and a protected space where you can lie down at your leisure without interrupting the person behind you.

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Skynest Economy It’s time to replace the headrest with one in bed. Say hello to the world’s first sleep pod, Skynest. Lie down on one of the six capsules for part of your journey and close your eyes. A game changer for budget travelers.

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Skycouch Economy : Use the Skycouch as you wish. Sit, lie down, or lie down and take a nap. Share the space or keep it all to yourself.

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Extended Economy Class : It’s all in the name. This seat is for those who want to rest and stretch their legs more than a standard economy seat.

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economy class : An improved economy seat designed with more storage, comfort and space, and a 50% larger screen for entertainment. Connect with Bluetooth audio and pair your device to act as a remote control or second monitor.

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The airline has also added a file Sky Pantry in the Premium Economy and Economy cabin, so customers can stretch their legs, eat and stay hydrated throughout their flight.

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Air New Zealand specifies that the eight 787 Dreamliner Coming from 2024, the current fleet from 787-9 Upgraded, it will have either eight or four Business Premier Luxe, 42 or 22 Business Premier, 52 or 33 Premium Economy, 125 or 213 Economy Class seats, more specifically on aircraft operating on ultra-long-haul routes, six Skynest Bedrooms. It currently operates fourteen 787-9s, the model mentioned in its press release, while the order book is eight. 787-10 It could be specifically delivered from 2024 (which it was still discussing in january With Boeing the possibility of MTOW height).

General Manager of the company Star Alliance Emphasizing the ambition to create the ultimate in-flight experience, Greg Foran, in a statement, said the new cabin, combined with world-famous Kiwi hospitality, is the winning formula. ” New Zealand’s location puts us in a unique position to drive the travel experience for very long distances. We have focused on sleep, comfort and well-being because we know how important it is for our guests to arrive well rested. Whether they’re heading straight to a meeting or to their first vacation hotspot – they want to get to work. It’s a proud moment to finally unveil five years of what has been hard, in what is truly a cabin of possibilities. A booth that gives customers the option to close their eyes wherever they are seated “.

Customer and sales manager Leanne Geraghty added that the cabin’s interior design was inspired by the unique character of Aotearoa, from the jungle-inspired carpeting to the seating inspired by New Zealand’s native bird, the tui. ” Whether we’re hosting visitors or bringing New Zealanders home, we want our guests to experience Aotearoa from the moment they step on board – and get the best night’s rest. Research shows us that the first night away from home is the hardest to get a good night’s sleep, so everything we do on board is to help create feeling calm – From lightening and bedtime rituals, including soothing teas and balms, to healthy food choices and breathable fabrics. The meditative content on the screen, Zentertainment, will also help clients relax and prepare for rest “.

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the sustainability He was central to the design process. The use of modern fabrics, instead of leather, has resulted in a weight saving of approximately one kilogram per seat in Business Premier Class and Premium Economy Class, reducing overall carbon emissions. In the premium cabin, the airline will also switch to 20% lighter cutlery, which helps reduce carbon emissions; And in the economy, new cutlery will reduce used aviation plastic cutlery by 28 million units each year.

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