Dutch carrier KLM has unveiled the first of its A330 aircraft to feature the airline’s fully flat business class seat.
The World Business Class product – which was originally launched in 2013 – has already been fitted to the carrier’s B747, B777-200 and B777-300s, with the newer B787 Dreamliners being delivered with the seat.
KLM’s remaining four A330-300 aircraft will be retrofitted with the cabin by July 2018, followed by eight A330-200s, with the process set to be completed by October next year.
The seat converts into a fully flat, 206cm-long bed, with features including in-seat power, and an 18-inch HD TV screen.
KLM recently launched a new “Anytime For You” option for business class passengers on selected routes, allowing premium travellers to choose from eight hot and cold dishes, ranging between savoury and sweet, healthy choices and “special treats”.