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New cabin interior for KLM’s Boeing 777-200 fleet

January 12, 2016 Aviation No Comments Print Print Email Email

KLMKLM Royal Dutch Airlines this week took delivery of its last, fully-revamped Boeing 777-200. All of KLM Boeing 777-200s, a total of 15 aircraft, now have a new interior for World Business Class and Economy Class.

The inflight entertainment system has be modernised in the whole cabin and new seats have been installed. There are full-flat seats in World Business Class and seats with extra legroom in Economy Class. A total of more than 4,700 seats were renewed. Furthermore, each Boeing 777-200 is now 500 kilograms lighter and therefore more economical.

Having completed its Boeing 777-200 renovation programme, which began in September 2014, KLM will now start on the metamorphosis of its Boeing 777-300 fleet, consisting of 10 aircraft. KLM previously renovated the World Business Class cabins aboard its Boeing 747-400s.

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