Malaysian Airlines has quietly unveiled details of new business class seating for its A330 flights. Its A330s curently operate within Asia and to Australia.
As discussed previously, the versions operated by MAB do not have the range to reach Europe non-stop and that is why the carrier continues to use either its A380s or its elderly B777-200s.
Unlike MAB’s current A380 business class seats, the ones presently installed on its A330s are not fully lie-flat.
Judging by the publicity blurb, the new seats, which will be fully flat, will begin to come into service from April 2016.