Aeromexico has unveiled the interior of its new Boeing 787-9.
The airline’s latest aircraft includes a redesigned Clase Premier, ergonomic seats, individual touchscreens, and WiFi, among other comforts.
Passengers will enjoy the comfort of a new configuration with 274 seats in two cabins.
Clase Premier, Aeromexico’s business class cabin, features 36 true 180-degree flat-bed seats in a 1-2-1 configuration for complete passenger comfort with full autonomy between aisles.
The individual 18-inch touchscreens are two inches larger than those featured on the Boeing 787-8, and feature two live television channels, movies, TV series, and music albums, for more than 200 total hours of entertainment.
Amenities in Clase Premier also include an innovative bar with the best food and beverage brands as part of its continuous refreshment service during the flight.
The Economy cabin has 238 ergonomic seats, with individual 11-inch touchscreens, two inches larger than those featured on the carrier’s other models.
The inflight entertainment offers a wide variety of movies, TV series, music, a seat-to-seat chat system, and real time flight information.
Like other aircraft in the Aeromexico fleet, this model also features WiFi service giving passengers the option to surf the web in-flight.
The aircraft is the first of ten Boeing 787-9 that Aeromexico has ordered. It already has nine 787-8 in operation.
Aeromexico will start to serve the Amsterdam, London, Madrid, New York, Paris, Santiago, Shanghai, and Tokyo routes in coming weeks.
About Aeroméxico (AM)
Aeroméxico is the flag carrier airline of Mexico based in Mexico City.
Routes: Aeroméxico operates more than 600 flights daily with hubs at the Mexico City International Airport (Terminal 2) and at the Monterrey International Airport. The route network spans 86 destinations on four continents, including 45 destinations in Mexico, 16 in the United States, 16 in Latin America, four in Europe, three in Canada, and two in Asia.
Fleet: Grupo Aeroméxico’s fleet of more than 130 aircraft is composed of the Boeing 787 (Dreamliner), 777 and 737 jet airliners and next-generation Embraer 145, 170, 175 and 190 models. Aeroméxico plans to buy up to 90 Boeing 737 MAX airliners and up to 19 787 Dreamliners.
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