The future of aviation is here.

Having cracked the code for long-haul flights, Lufthansa will officially launch lie-flat economy seats in 2023. To ensure all passengers have enough space to stretch out without the limited legroom hassle, new aircraft Lufthansa Allegris is all set to transform the flight space.

Travellers will be able to book an entire row of three seats, better known as Sleeper’s Row 2.0, on the new aircraft which will convert into a bed with a mattress, pillows and bedding for some downtime.

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It will give customers the option to lie flat for a more relaxed sleep during long-haul flights without paying for business and first-class seats.

Lufthansa’s new aircraft is also set to transform the upper-class options, too. Business and first-class passengers will have access to private suites in its future fleet, bringing eight different seating options onboard.

First-class passengers will soon have a personal wardrobe space complemented by baggage storage options and increased privacy. Adding to the experience, customers can enjoy a shared dining experience in the suite along with a large IFE screen.


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For a more intimate travel journey, business class seats will have higher walls and doors that completely close with a personal wardrobe closet.

With other airlines innovating in the same space, Air New Zealand was amongst the latest to have announced the concept lie-flat pods in economy class earlier this year. All set to launch in 2024, SkyNest will give avid globe trotters a chance to book the space in four-hour slots.

Stay tuned for more details on this sophisticated new travel update.

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