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| A visitor from Switzerland posted Mon September 30, 2013:|
A badly executed 100% copy of Swissair's First Class Cabin from 1999-2012.
The video screen is stowed in the side board.
The credit for the sole Premium-Airline First Class Cabin (Swissair) that did not look like an assemblage of individual cages (as if premium customers were not social beings) and the first movable ottoman (foot repository) goes to the celebrated architect Mrs. Tilla Theus, inspired herself by Charles Eames classic lounge chair. To this day the largest table ever to have been mounted into a FCL-cabin. But most noticeable is the combination of privacy whithout today's pretended need for isolation. FCL today? Sadly, complete uniformity whereto you look.
| A visitor from United States posted Thu August 15, 2013:|
This would look really good if it weren't for that ugly fake wood and carpet. A navy carpet similar to the seat covers and a black plastic or whatever in place of the wood texture would be a LOT easier on the eyes.
| A visitor from Germany posted Sun January 3, 2010:|
The TV is a slide-out, slide-in TFT display, you just can't see it because the plane has landed.
| A visitor from United States posted Mon August 31, 2009:|
| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Thu June 12, 2008:|
Not bad but I hope you get a tv
| A visitor from United States posted Tue May 20, 2008:|
Check out that cool carpeting.