The new cabins are part of a $2.69 billion product and service overhaul, with more than 80 new aircraft including the redone cabins on Boeing 787-900 as well as new Boeing 779 and Airbus A350 aircraft. Planes already in service will be retrofitted with the equipment.

All told, there will be 14 different seating options with Allegris, including a total of 11 in Premium Economy and Business Class. The carrier did not provide an exact date for launch or route but said it would “most probably” be on the North Atlantic.

Among the highlights provided by the airline:

First class: (shown above) Suites with personal wardrobe, large dining table, full-suite-width screens, heated and cooled seats, shoulder sink-in and wireless charging module.

Business Class: Seven seat options (including an extra-long bed, greater personal space, or a double seat), heated and cooled seats, wireless charging module, and a personal minibar in the suite. Personal devices (mobile devices, wireless headphones) can be connected to the entertainment system via Bluetooth

Premium Economy Class: Modern seat in hardshell design and with more free space. Greater seat pitch (39 inches), wireless charging of mobile devices in the personal center armrest, noise-canceling headphones

Economy Class: Offering greater seat pitch (31.1 inches), tablet holders, USB ports and additional comfort in the first rows (33.6-inch seat pitch). Option to book a free adjoining seat.

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