When it comes to passenger experience and in-flight comfort, Air Europa has always been fighting fit and ready to rock and roll; great staff, friendly service and now – with the arrival of its box-fresh Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners – the Latin specialist has raised its game to an even higher level with a new range of business-class products!
Presented in a 1-2-1 formation — which not only provides direct aisle access for passengers but also ensures maximum levels of privacy when one needs it most — the leather finished seats convert into easily foldable beds, guaranteeing a cosy, comfortable and restful sleep for each and every Air Europa business flier.
Adding high-tech smarts to the thoughtful design and contemporary style of the new cabins, Air Europa passengers, who can resist the gentle pull to enter dreamland, can gorge on a huge range of movies, music and TV courtesy of the cutting-edge audio-visual entertainment system. Or, keep up to date with work emails and social media via carriers free Wi-Fi. All accessed through your own personal 17-inch touch screens. Hurrah!
Business-class passengers will also be able to enjoy healthy meals and high-quality onboard cuisine prepared by prestigious Spanish chef, Martín Berasategui, plus access to VIP rooms, priority boarding and security access, as well as increased bonus miles through the Air Europa SUMA loyalty programme.
Colin Stewart, UK and Ireland director of Air Europa, said: “With growing interest in travel to South America, amongst both business and leisure travellers, we’re delighted to launch this new product. Our high-quality business class offering is the perfect accompaniment to our modern fleet of Dreamliner aircraft, providing premium comfort and experience to Air Europa’s passengers.”
The new business class cabin, stylishly inspired by Air Europa’s colours and logo, will be introduced on three new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft which joined the airline’s fleet in October 2019. The redesign will take the number of business class seats offered by Air Europa from 30 to 32 and will be rolled out over the next few years on twelve further B787-9 aircraft joining the fleet.