Following the delivery of its first A380 this morning (see online news May 19), Lufthansa has released real images of one of the superjumbo’s most anticipated features – its new First Class cabin
In a release today, Lufthansa also confirmed a number of features of the new cabin and its eight fully-flat beds.
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What we now know:-
- The bed will measure 2.07m (81.5 inches) in length, and 80cm (31.5 inches) wide.
- The intention was to match the cabin’s aesthetics with the First Class facilities at Frankfurt
- Each bed will have an adjustable privacy screen. A design including separate cabins was rejected during passenger testing
- Lufthansa said “sound absorbing carpets” will eliminate the noise of footsteps
- The lighting system will automatically adjust to the time of day
- Overhead lockers have been replaced by individual lockable closets
For more information visit a380.lufthansa.com