KLM has provided an update on the rollout of its Premium Comfort seating.

The Dutch carrier unveiled the new premium economy product in May 2022, and the first official flight to feature the cabin took place between Amsterdam and New York JFK in September last year.

KLM has been gradually retrofitting its long-haul aircraft with the new seat, and has confirmed that its entire fleet of Boeing 787-9 and 787-10 aircraft now offer the product.

Work is also underway to install Premium Comfort on the carrier’s Boeing 777-300 aircraft, and is expected to be completed this winter.

These aircraft are also being fitted with KLM’s latest World Business Class seat which features a sliding door.

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Once work has finished on the 777-300s, the airline will then start to retrofit its fleet of 777-200s with premium economy.

The update comes as KLM announced it will serve 157 destinations this winter, with Marseille added to the network, and an increase of over 20 per cent in seat capacity to Canada.

Last month unveiled renovations at its two international Crown Lounges at Toronto Pearson International and Houston George Bush Intercontinental airports.

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