Story on Jet's 773ER configuration.
Giving details of the configuration of its Boeing 777-300 ER
aircraft, Goyal said Jet Airways has created the first airline suite in the sky offering its customers the ultimate privacy and luxury. Each of the eight first class suite providing over 26 square feet of usable space features dual sliding doors that gives complete privacy for the passengers, he said.
These suites will have the world's longest first class bed of 83 inches, massive 23 inch flat screen monitors and carefully designed storage areas, including a personal hanging wardrobe and under ottoman stowage. The suite is also designed to allow dining for two, multiple lighting option, a variable lumbar support and an eight-point massage system.
While Boeing 777-300 ER
will be configured in three classes -- first class, premier and economy, the A330 will be configured in two classes of 30 premier and 190 economy seats.
Jet Airways will launch daily services to New York via Brussels in early August the Boeing 777. It also plans daily services to San Francisco via Shanghai with B777 fleet in the winter of 2007. The A330 will be deployed on daily Delhi-London services and flights from India to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Johannesburg and Toronto via Brussels.