Published: 27 April 2016 by: Holidays for Couples
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Malaysia Airlines' new business class seats make flying a luxurious experience

Guests of Malaysia Airlines business class are in for a higher level of comfort, with the flag carrier announcing the introduction of fully redesigned Business Class seats in their A330 planes.

Introduced to the Australian market at a touchdown event in Sydney Harbourside on March 23, 2016, the new Business Class seating offers a raft of fun features. Chief among this is a 43-inch seat pitch that stretches into a fully-reclined flat 76-inch bed. There’s also more storage and work space via a large leaf table, and a very relaxing in-seat massage system. An in-flight entertainment system with 16-inch touchscreen and full headphones rounds out the package.

The upgraded seats have resulted in a reconfiguration of the Business Class in Malaysia Airlines’ A330s. You can now look forward to a 27-seater cabin with the seat layout at 1-2-2 or 1-2-1, enabling easy access to the aisle. Still, what Malaysia Airlines Business Class booking is complete without the “Chef On Call” preflight dining arrangement service and the juicy satay sticks with peanut sauce?

At present, the new Business Class seats are available on Malaysian Airlines’ A330 trips to Sydney. The seating will be introduced on flights to Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth over the next six months. Are you and your loved one ready to relax like never before on the way to your dream destination? If you said “yes,” check out www.malaysiaairlines.com/au/en/experience/business-class.html today.

 

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