Japan Airlines have today announced their flight updates for 2017, including the move to use a 787 Dreamliner on their Sydney to Tokyo route.
From March 26 2017 the airline will switch out the current 777 and replace it with a state of the art Dreamliner.
Dreamliners are described as ‘game changing’ aircraft with a focus on passenger comfort.
The Dreamliner windows are 1.3 times the size of standard aircraft windows, providing wider views and come equipped with an electric shadow that can be adjusted to 5 levels of brightness. The cabin is also wider with higher ceilings, creating a greater sense of space and personalised humidity and air pressure settings can be adjusted to your preference.
The Sydney to Tokyo service will be operated by a 787-9 Sky Suite Dreamliner which is fitted out with 44 fully flat business class sky suite seats, where all passengers have aisle access, 35 Premium Economy seats and 116 Economy Class seats.
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