Japan Airlines (JAL) will install new seats in every cabin class on its 13 Boeing 777-300ERs with eight in first- , 49 in business-, 40 in premium economy- and 135 in economy-class. The upgraded cabins will debut on daily Tokyo Narita-London Heathrow service in January 2013. JAL will next outfit its fleet of Boeing 767-300ER aircraft with full-flat business class beds, followed by a complete renewal of seats in every other class beginning in the second half of 2013.

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