Air Canada Unveils Interior Design for 787 Dreamliner
Air Canada introduced the cabin design and interior it will use for its Boeing 787 Dreamliner fleet. The carrier is expected to take delivery of its first of 37 Dreamliners in the spring.
Air Canada’s 787 Dreamliners will have three cabins: international business, premium economy, and economy. The interior will have a palette of slate grey and neutral tones, with accents of Canadian red and celeste blue.
The business-class cabin will be outfitted with 20 lie-flat executive pods in a 1-2-1 configuration. The seats will be 80” long when fully extended, and will also have adjustable pneumatic cushion headrests with a massage feature.
Business-class seats will also have 18” touch screens and universal power and USB outlets. Air Canada will also debut new espresso and cappuccino offerings for its international business-class passengers.
The carrier’s premium-economy cabin on the 787 Dreamliner will have 21 seats in a 2-3-2 configuration. Seats will be 19.5” wide and have 38” of legroom. Depending on location, they will have 9” or 11” touch screens. In addition, each seat will have universal power and USB outlets.
In the economy cabin, the Dreamliner will have 210 seats, in a 3-3-3 configuration. Seats will have 9” touch screens, and power and USB outlets.
All of Air Canada’s 37 787 Dreamliners are expected to be delivered by the end of 2019. The first route to feature the Dreamliner will be the carrier’s Toronto-Tel Aviv service, starting in July 2014.