If regular Dragonair (KA) customers, who happen to be flying one of its 13 Airbus A330s sense a glow about the interiors, they’re correct to get this impression.
Refurbishment of the interiors of all KA’s A330 fleet is currently happening, and will be completed by year-end. It involves replacing worn and damaged features such as aisle carpets, seat covers and light lenses, along with broken fixtures like life vest compartment covers. Meanwhile, seats, meal tables, meal table cavities and toilet compartments are being given a deep clean, while leather arm caps and aircraft wallpaper are being replaced.
The exercise may seem small compared with installing a new seat type or reconfiguring an entire cabin, but when added up contribute in the long run to the comfort and enjoyment of passengers.
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Margie T Logarta