JAL to Introduce Sky Suite II Seats on Boeing 767-300ER Aircraft

By Jesse Sokolow on 30 May 2013
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JAL Sky Suite business class seat (777 version)

JAL Sky Suite business class seat (777 version)

Japan Airlines announced it will install new seats in its two-class international Boeing 767-300ER fleet.  The newly refurbished aircraft will be introduced on the airline’s Tokyo Narita-Vancouver route in December of this year, as well as on select long-haul Southeast Asia and Honolulu routes by next year.

The airline will outfit its business class with 24 new JAL Sky Suite II seats, in a 1-2-1 configuration.  The seats will be fully lie-flat, with a 15.4 inch touch-panel TV screen, as well as a USB port and AC power outlet.

In economy class, the airline will install 175 JAL Sky Wider seats in a 2-3-2 configuration.  The seats will have an increase in seat pitch, from 31 to 33 inches, as well as approximately four additional inches of legroom than the previous seats.  Each economy class seat will also be equipped with a USB port and power outlet.

Japan Airlines launched its first JAL Sky Suite on January 9 of this year, on Boeing 777 aircraft operating between Tokyo Narita and London Heathrow.

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