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More: All Nippon Airways - ANA
More: Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner
More: Everett - Snohomish County / Paine Field (PAE / KPAE)
More: USA - Washington, September 25, 2011
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JA802A (cn 34497/24) Business class on the second 787 for NH (Nikon D700 + Nikkor 24/120 f/4 VR + SB-600 flash)
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A visitor from United Arab Emirates posted Sun October 30, 2011:
Well done ANA, it is very clever indeed to manage to make such a modern aircraft look completely outdated

A visitor from - posted Mon October 10, 2011:
The little buttons under the windows are the switches to control the shades. No old school pull downs for the 787.

A visitor from Malaysia posted Sun October 9, 2011:
What are the little buttons under each window? Really nice to be able to see these things on a.net!

A visitor from - posted Sun October 9, 2011:
Great picture, but if I remember correctly, this seems completely different from JA801A's business seats. Why?

A visitor from - posted Sun October 9, 2011:
Isn't this the domestic Business Class?

A visitor from - posted Sun October 9, 2011:
It's their domestic product on the 787, the international config. will have a new staggered J-Class layout

A visitor from United States posted Sun October 9, 2011:
This is the domestic/intra-asia product, mind you, not the long-haul seat. For flights mostly under 6 hours, this is a great looking seat!

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun October 9, 2011:
Ooo look at those lovely windows! And that's their real size (unlike those window surrounds in the A380 cabin that make them look so much bigger than they actually are)

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sun October 9, 2011:
Great capture... VASTLY disappointing product though...

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