JAL to deploy new Dreamliner cabin to Delhi

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Japan Airlines will roll out new aircraft and cabin products across a series of international routes this year, including Delhi.

JAL's Sky Suite business class seat
JAL’s Sky Suite business class seat

From 29 March 2015, the Japanese national carrier will deploy its Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner on the Tokyo Narita-Delhi route, featuring its new Sky Suite cabin products.

These include 38 fully-flat beds in business class, a new premium economy section with 35 seats, and 88 wider seats in economy class in a 2-4-2 configuration.

This means that in total, JAL’s B787-8 will feature just 161 seats across the three classes, making it among the most spacious of any twin-aisle aircraft in the skies.

Also from 29 March, JAL will start operating the B787-8 with Sky Suites on its Narita-Paris route, with Narita-Helsinki following on 1 June.

And then on 1 July 2015, JAL’s larger B787-9 Dreamliner with Sky Suites will make its international debut on the Narita-Jakarta route. This aircraft will feature 195 seats, including 44 in business class, 35 in premium economy and 116 in economy.

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