KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is modernising the World Business Class cabin interiors of all its Airbus A330s.
The new World Business Class in this aircraft will be available for passengers to enjoy from early in 2018. It marks another step in KLM’s ongoing investment in customer comfort.
The Airbus A330 is the last aircraft type in the KLM ICA fleet to be fitted with new World Business Class cabin interiors. By the end of 2018, World Business Class throughout KLM’s entire ICA fleet will be fitted with new cabin interiors. The World Business Class cabins of KLM’s Boeing 777-200 and Boeing 747-400 fleets have already been refitted. Work on the Boeing 777-300 fleet has just begun and is expected to be completed in June 2017. KLM’s latest aircraft, the Boeing 787, already has the new World Business Class cabins.
The new World Business Class has full-flat seats for maximum passenger comfort, a twelve-language Inflight Entertainment System and a 3D flight-tracking system. KLM’s new World Business Class cabin interior has been designed by the Dutch designer Hella Jongerius.