SWISS will usher in a new era in the history of its longhaul aircraft fleet in January with the arrival of the first of its nine new Boeing 777-300ERs, featuring totally redesigned cabin interiors in all three classes.
First class seats can be transformed into a private suite that includes a 32-inch screen, the largest in the industry. Guests will also enjoy electrically-adjustable window blinds and their own personal wardrobe.
SWISS has refined its business class inflight product based on customer feedback. Voted ‘Europe’s Leading Airline Business Class’ for short and long-haul at the World Travel Awards in September for the fifth year in a row, seats are easily converted into a lie-flat bed over 2m long.
Economy customers can look forward to a new travel experience, with new seat-cushion technology and innovations that include large personal touchscreens. In addition to cabin service, guests can make use of a selfservice kiosk offering drinks and snacks. The new craft will also feature broadband wireless internet, enabling passengers to surf or send emails on their laptop, tablet or smartphone devices.
Australian customers can experience the product from 30 April 2016 when the first aircraft is deployed on the Hong Kong-Zurich route.