Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) just introduced new interiors for its 12 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft giving customers in First and Business Class a 4K resolution monitor and a new inflight bar.
First Class customers will get to experience ANA's new “The Suite” product privacy doors and a moveable partition to pair seats. The seat will have the 43 inch 4K resolution monitor and universal USB and PC ports.
The Suite - ANA
“The Room” is ANA's new Business Class product with flexible doors for privacy and can also be adjusted to pair seats together for families or business colleagues. ANA has touted the seats will offer a sofa seat that is twice the width of the current business class seating. Like in First Class, “The Room” will also feature the 4K resolution screen, but it won't be as big as in “The Suite.”
The Room - ANA
Premium and Economy passengers will have a similar experience to what the airline offers on its Boeing 787-10s. Other features will be a new self-service bar and new lighting for First and Business class customers.
In-Cabin Bar - ANA
New Premium Economy - ANA
The new interiors were designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma and British design firm Acumen. ANA will introduce the aircraft on the Tokyo-Haneda to London route starting on August 2nd.
“Our partnerships with Mr. Kuma and Acumen illustrate that ANA has sought out the input of the most influential voices in the design community for these innovative new cabin designs,” said Hideki Kunugi, executive vice president of ANA.
“In 2010, we were the first in Japan to introduce the fully flat seat with all aisle access and in order for ANA to continue to lead and set the global standard for comfort and convenience, we knew that it would be necessary to integrate the latest insights from design professionals as we sought to redesign the flight experience and elevate every aspect of travel for our passengers.”