Lufthansa Revamping 10 Boeing 747-400s

LufthansaFrom April to November, Lufthansa will revamp 10 Boeing 747-400s making them quieter and adding more exclusive ambiance in First Class, which includes eight seats. Business and Economy Class cabins will also be refurbished, to include a renovated entrance area and new lavatories.

In First Class, the eight seats will have an adjacent full-lenth, permanent lie-flat bed, featuring eight feet of length and a mattress, complemented by sound-absorbing curtains and sound-deadening insulation beneath the carpet and select materials including matt-brushed metal and scarred leather. During the flight, passengers can enjoy the individual inflight entertainment on new, 17-inch monitors, as well as temperature-regulating blankets and pillows and the amenity kit from Porsche Design with cosmetic articles from La mer.

Throughout Business and Economy Class, guests can choose from an array of feature films in as many as eight languages, television series and documentaries. In Economy Class, inflight entertainment includes on-screen service information about the flight, radio programs and music channels, and special children’s programs. Following a redesign of the back rest, passengers can benefit from new Economy Class seats, featuring two inches of additional personal space and legroom.

For more information, visit www.lufthansa.com.

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