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Topic: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Lufthansa
Posted 2007-01-28 20:23:03 and read 5502 times.

Just trying to think how popular Mood lighting is on various airlines around the planet.

So here is my list.
Qantas
Malaysia
Virgin Atlantic
Emirates
Thai (A340 aircraft)

now outside of that im wondering who else has opted for mood lighting?
Im thinking it isn't all that popular yet?

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Geo772
Posted 2007-01-28 20:25:32 and read 5497 times.

BA has a primitive mood lighting in First class on the 744 fleet.

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Star_world
Posted 2007-01-28 20:39:05 and read 5464 times.

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Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Leskova
Posted 2007-01-28 21:01:11 and read 5428 times.

QR has it as well... see here (yes, I admit, it's a bit of a plug there...  Wink ) for pictures... though I'd be surprised if there weren't any on the database:

Qatar Airways: Frankfurt To The Maldives (by Leskova May 17 2006 in Trip Reports)

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Nzrich
Posted 2007-01-29 11:04:33 and read 5152 times.

Air NZ does in the 777 and 744 in the premium cabins

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Birdwatching
Posted 2007-01-29 11:49:41 and read 5117 times.

The mood light on a recent Emirates flight I took was a wonderful experience. This was on a 773ER. I woke up about an hour before landing, and the lighting was just cycling through the point when the whole cabin was lit bright flaming orange. I wished it would stay like that longer (or the whole flight). But that's just me.

Soren  santahat 

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Airbuseric
Posted 2007-01-29 12:04:26 and read 5099 times.

JL does feature kind of mood lighting in the F class on many international flights. Also blue lighting, and installed in a panel of the seat.

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: David27
Posted 2007-01-29 12:17:22 and read 5071 times.

QF even have mood lighting on their 747 classics.

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Jmc757
Posted 2007-01-29 14:28:09 and read 4983 times.

First Choice Airways have it on their 767s in the premium class.


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Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: CHRISBA777ER
Posted 2007-01-29 14:36:42 and read 4963 times.

Etihad has it on their A345 and 77W.

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Stylo777
Posted 2007-01-29 15:17:03 and read 4929 times.

Quoting CHRISBA777ER (Reply 9):
Etihad has it on their A345 and 77W

and also on their factory built A332

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Bmacleod
Posted 2007-01-29 18:16:51 and read 4804 times.

AC is also promising mood lighting on their 777 and 787s....

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Vivavegas
Posted 2007-01-29 18:21:15 and read 4791 times.

Virgin America (see video)
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Craig
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Let VA Fly!

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: Afay1
Posted 2007-01-29 18:53:38 and read 4740 times.

USair has lighting that always puts you in a bad mood  Wink

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: ThereAndBack
Posted 2007-01-29 22:00:00 and read 4639 times.

I think the TK A330's have mood lighting.

Topic: RE: What Airlines Have Mood Lighting?
Username: SkyvanMan
Posted 2007-01-30 00:57:23 and read 4547 times.

TG's BKK-US A340-500s have mood lighting too.


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