In Economy, the seats have been redesigned from top to bottom, including more legroom, new seat cushions, softer headrests and a larger tray table. New features have also been added, such as a power outlet and a headphone hook. Each seat provides a subtle reminder of the airline's colours with its fine red embroidery, while the fleece blanket, refreshing towelette and mask ensure passengers' comfort.
A class popular with passengers
In Premium Economy, more comfortable seat cushions and a multi-position footrest further enhance this cabin class that was launched in 2009 and has been praised by passengers. The seat, which offers 40% more space than Economy class, has won over nearly 3 million customers since it was launched.
Programmes for everyone
Entertainment is right at home in the new cabins. The latest-generation touchscreens measure 12 inches in Premium Economy, compared with 10 previously, and 9 inches in Economy, versus 6 to 8 previously. Over 1,200 hours of on-demand programming are available, from boarding right through to landing.
The meals combine a gourmet touch, balance and originality, providing a choice of two hot dishes accompanied by a "fresh box" containing fruit, cheese and butter. This complete meal also comes with coffee, tea and an after-dinner drink served by the cabin crew. The elegant tableware is crafted by the Catalonian designer Eugeni Quitllet, a student of Philippe Starck.