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Gulf Air selects B/E Aerospace to supply business class seating for B787

Posted 14 July 2016 · Add Comment

Gulf Air has selected B/E Aerospace to supply the business class seating for its Boeing 787 aircraft.

Maher Salman Al Musallam, Gulf Air chief executive officer, said: “We are enhancing the entire spectrum of Gulf Air's onboard product offering and, with this key partnership we are confident that the passenger experience will be elevated - meeting the needs and requirements of travellers moving across the Gulf Air network.”

Werner Lieberherr, CEO and President of B/E Aerospace added: “We are pleased to be here today with Gulf Air in Farnborough and to have been awarded the business class seating program for Gulf Air’s Boeing 787 aircraft. Our seats will provide the Gulf Air passenger with enhanced comfort and functionality within the business class cabin.  We look forward to continuing our partnership with Gulf Air."

The B/E Aerospace business class seat will be jointly developed with Gulf Air to provide Gulf Air’s passengers with enhanced living space, functionality and comfort. 

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