Thursday, January 16, 2014

Forbidden Pavilion in the Sky

Air China has upgraded the Business Class of the Boeing 777-300ER. Calling the new cabin the 'Forbidden Pavilion' the upgrade is designed with international travelers that wish to get a good night's sleep in mind. The first class cabin holds eight spacious seats that are arranged 1-2-1 across the width of the place. A partition separates each individual and the seats have the ability to fully recline. An extensive menu is offered to each first class traveler that includes multiple courses and options for every eater. Each individual’s pod has been equipped with its own state of the art AVOD system that offers programs in various languages. Air China usually flies this plane solely from JFK to Beijing, but a new route connecting Honolulu to Beijing is in the works to begin later this month. Air China will continue to expand luxury travel by launching a new nonstop flight connecting both Houston and Washington Dulles routes to Beijing in March.

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