Fiji Airways has released first look of it’s new business class on the new Airbus A350 Xtra Wide Body (XWB) jets joining its fleet in late November 2019. Fiji Airways will be the first operator of the state of the art A350 XWB in the Pacific. The airline has opted for the Collins Aerospace ‘Super Diamond’ design that is popular in the business class cabin arena.
Fiji Airways has retained the popular colour pallette as previous in space grey/cream and a similar tome of wood finish and the seat is rumoured to have a stitched pattern offering added comfort and a luxury look and feel. Cabin layout will be a 1-2-1 configuration offering privacy and an all seats will have aisle access.
The cabin will boast of 33 fully-flat business class seats with extra stowage and large video screens. Wifi will be available in-flight too. Inflight WiFi will also be available to all passengers.
The first of the two jets arriving in November will operate on the airline’s popular Sydney and Los- Angeles route with additional routes becoming available upon more deliveries. Fiji Airways is a One World member and partner with Qantas through its status as a Oneworld Connect member.