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Discussion in 'Miles & More | Lufthansa, SWISS, Austrian/Partners' started by LFCorsten, Feb 5, 2011.
Nice folder here
of course with new business class
I guess the picture on page 1 is the BD longhaul C seat?
Generic Boeing demo seats, might certainly be the same model BD was using. So this has nothing to do with LH's next generation C product, just like Airbus used their own demo seats for 380 demo flights and route proving.
Any guessing whether LH will still put F on top or if they'll move it into the nose where everyone else has it.
It would be nice for OS to have a new C seat as well.
F will be in the nose section.
Having the 1-1 config like they will do with the new F in the 744 seems like they're wasting space.
In the 747-8 the 1-1 and on double seater. You know the "Captain Kirk Seat" 4G? There it will be.
The have no choice for the 747-400. The seats are to heavy to get 16 on the upper deck. so they make 8 with 8 beds. This will be the best First at LH.
I agree that it'll be a nice set up, I'm surprised they didn't put them in the nose for the reconfig, but that would cost more and taken more time and this is already going to take them long enough.
The problem is the time for the re fit and it would be the galley too.
Why can't they put a part of the old/new C on the upper deck and reallocate the F to the nose section, like in the 748?
I think it's a weight problem and doesn't work with the electronics.
Spoke to some LH FAs recently who were very very excited about the 748... could not stop gushing about the new C product and the layout of the new F... I am glad they are happy because some C FAs said themselves that they are not proud about LH having such an old product...
Look forward to seeing the new C- this has been a long time coming- so hopefully it is as great as anticipated
I just hope they'll be good seats...
Have they not invited you for feedback yet?
What does he know about C seats?
If they need a beta tester for the new C/F im in!
Here is a link to the 748i rollout:
Moving from 344 seats in the current aircraft to 362 in the new one while F moves from 16 to 8. Hmm...
Thanks for posting.