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Kuwait Airways opts for Collins seats and galley inserts

Posted 19 July 2019 · Add Comment

The new Kuwait Airways A330-800neo that join the airline’s fleet next year will be fitted with Super Diamond business class seats from Collins Aerospace.

 

The airline has also ordered Essence Galley inserts for the new flagship of the Gulf airline.
Passengers on the eight aircraft in the family will benefit from all-aisle access, a 78-inch fully-flat business class solution featuring the CrystalFlex diaphragm comfort system, living space with increased stowage, and gate-to-gate in-flight entertainment solutions.
The business class will be configured for 32 pasengers in a 1-2-1 configuration with 78”pitch. Passengers will also get fresh espresso coffee as the new Essence inserts include the coffee machines as well as steam, ovens and galley chilling equipment.
“Accommodating passengers in today’s competitive airspace means offering highly distinctive experiences through the seat they sit in, the quality of food and beverage service along with other amenities offered throughout a flight,” said Alastair Hamilton, vice president, sales & marketing, interiors for Collins Aerospace. “Super Diamond and our Essence Galley Inserts are proven to exceed expectations and make the passenger’s journey as enjoyable as possible.”

 

 

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