Lufthansa took delivery of its first Airbus A380 last week, revealing the carrier’s new first class product.
Named “Frankfurt am Main”, the eco-efficient A380 aircraft has a 3-class configuration with a total of 526 seats – eight in First Class, 98 in Business Class and 420 in Economy Class.
Passengers lucky enough to travel in the First Class cabin will find seats that stretch 2.07 metres in length and 80 centimetres in width, with fully-flat recline.
The open-plan design of the cabin also provides a lockable individual closet for each passenger and features sound-absorbing curtains, carpet and walls to ensure a quiet environment.
It also has a spacious bathroom for First Class passengers with wash and changing areas separated from the lavatory area and equipped with various bath amenities.
Business and Economy Class passengers have more space as well, as the Business seats convert into a comfortable, two-metre-long bed and the Economy seats feature a slimmer back, providing an extra 5cm of space.
“Passengers can look forward to a very special flight experience on board the A380,” said Wolfgang Mayrhuber at the official handover ceremony.
“Our innovations in terms of cabin air, light systems, sound insulation and inflight entertainment make our A380 unique.
“Our pilots, technicians and service professionals have undergone intensive training and are thoroughly prepared for this new dimension in flying.”Check out more photos of the LH A380 in our gallery!
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.L