American Airlines releases new Boeing 777-300ER widebody photos
American Airlines has released a series of plans for its Boeing 777-300ER widebody aircraft, which are scheduled for delivery beginning in 2012.
London and Sao Paulo are dedicated as the first two markets for this aircraft.
The planes will feature new cabin interiors and updated amenities, with more in-flight entertainment options and seat comfort all on offer.
The new aircraft will come equipped with a three-class configuration and will showcase a number of special features, including:
Fully lie flat First and Business Class seating with aisle access from every seat.
Specially designed Economy Class seating offering a higher recline pivot and an articulating seat bottom that provides more knee room and more comfort.
International Wi-Fi capability.
Up to 120 movies, and over 150 TV programs and 350 audio selections to choose from.
Unique mood lighting and a dramatic archway and ceiling treatment to create a feeling of spaciousness.
Increased fuel efficiency.
In addition, customers flying in First and Business Class will be among the first to experience new luxuries including:
First Class seats that transform into a fully lie flat six-foot, eight-inch bed with drop-down armrests that allow for easier access and more sleeping space.
Business Class fully lie flat seats that allow customers to adjust any component of the seat, including the seat back, head rest, and leg rest.
Aisle access at every First and Business Class seat.
A walk-up bar stocked with snacks and refreshments available for premium class customers – a first for any US carrier.
American Airlines is considered North America’s Leading Airline by the prestigious World Travel Awards.