The 787-9 Dreamliner is Designed for Total Comfort

By: David Ingram - Sep 16, 2015
References: britishairways & gizmag
The first class cabins of the Boeing '787-9 Dreamliner' have been designed by British Airways to provide a luxurious stay over long distance flights.

Teaming up with design company Forpeople, the new first class cabins were designed based on feedback from previous first class British Airways customers. Each new 787-9 Dreamliner cabin will hold only eight seats, as opposed to the standard 14, and will offer a comfortable experience.

Each seat is lined in leather and features larger windows for a better view during flight. Lighting can also be set to reflect the natural time of day, and is specially designed to help passengers fall asleep and wake up easier so they arrive to their destinations completely rested. Each seat also has an in-flight entertainment system with a smartphone-like remote and four large storage areas give passengers plenty of space to stow away their belongings during flight.