Malaysia Airlines rolls out new A330 Business Class Seats

New Business Class on A330-300 flights between Malaysia, Australia and Asia. Arriving in April 2016.

Malaysia Airlines unveiled its new A330-300 Business Class seats at the World Travel Market in London.

The new seats, which will be introduced in April 2016, will see all 15 A330-300 aircraft fitted with the new configuration by September 2016.

Every aspect of the new product has been carefully designed with the passenger’s comfort and needs in mind.

The business class seat pitch, which measures at 43 inches with a width of 20.6 inches and length of 76 inches (fully flat), is one of the best received business class seats in the industry.

With 43-inch seat pitch, passengers have all the space they need to continue working comfortably.
Seats have a 43-inch seat pitch [Image: Malaysia Airlines]

The seats come with increased working space with 90% of all seats having direct aisle access due to the 1-2-1 and 1-2-2 seat layout, with extra stowage space for personal items.

Each seat comes equipped with power outlet and USB port, with large single leaf meal tray table providing more than ample space for a notebook or tablet. The reading light offers optimal lighting, no matter if passengers are sitting, lounging or lying down.

Inflight entertainment

Each seat has a 16-inch touch screen entertainment system [Image: Malaysia Airlines]

Fully flat bed

90% of all seats have direct aisle access [Image: Malaysia Airlines]

The 20.6-inch wide seat turns into a fully flat 76-inch bed, complete with plush bed linen, allowing you to relax in extra comfort.

Malaysia Airlines A330-300 has 27 Business Class seats and 263 Economy Class seats.

Malaysia Airlines Group CEO Christoph Mueller said:

“We are very excited to be introducing this latest product from Malaysia Airlines. The new seats and configuration have been designed to give a superb space for work, play or sleep.  All of our A330 business class seats will now feature fully flat beds allowing our guests the ultimate in comfort and versatility

“This product will make us more competitive against other full-service carriers and is part of the airline’s push to be more customer centric, offering new, personalized and innovative products.”

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