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January 22, 2020 - by David Flynn for executivetraveller.com
- Some of JAL's domestic Airbus A350s will see fewer business class seats as the airline caters for seasonal demand
Japan Airlines will slash the size of its Airbus A350 business class cabin, in favour of a significantly larger economy class cabin, to cater for a seasonal shift in passenger demand.
The good news is that only some of its four A350-900s, which are dedicated to domestic routes, are going under the knife – and this itself will be a short-term arrangement.
In what the airline calls its A350 'X02' layout, the jets will retain their 12 first class seats – although, and in common with the US market, domestic first class is what most countries would actually categorise as 'business class'.
In the case of JAL's Airbus A350 this means two rows of 2-2-2 recliners with "sofa-like comfort" and a 15.6-inch video screen...
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