Japan Airlines (JAL) has developed a revolutionary and ultra comfortable seating for JAL first class and a new seat for their business class that would be established on US routes. The airline will commence the JAL Suite in first class and the JAL Shell Flat Neo Seat in business class once the airline initiates new 777-300ER aircraft on US routes, opening with the Tokyo-New York route on 1 August, 2008. Against current models, the First Class suites of JAL would be now 20% more roomy and are set in a 1-2-1 configuration. The seats of first class suite comes gray leather that can be converted into a full-flat bed.
At a 180° spot the seat coalesces with an ottoman positioned at the reverse end of the cubicle to create one of the prime and most comfortable sleeping areas in first class. And turn it into an upright position, which enables the ottoman offer a seating for the guest. The descending table can be positioned connecting the seat and ottoman. Every suite comes with Bose noise-reducing earphones and an individual 19-inch personal TV screen and shipment spaces for bags and small items plus a laptop power point. The very presence in the suite would privilege them with the offerings off the menu at any time. If feels like taking a nap, a cabin assistant can put a Tempur-Pedic mattress on the seat bed along with a down eiderdown, a pillow along with a special JAL loungewear.
Coming to innovative business class seat, it tilts back to 171 degrees and comes equipped with a 15.4 inch personal TV screen. The business class cabin also features the “Sky Gallery,” with one wall reflecting a pictorial display that will be frequently altered over the year. The primary exhibit, in alliance with Fuji Film, will be a sequence of shoots of forests in Japan called ‘Forest Forever’.