Boeing has revealed that it is already offering lie-flat business seats for the 737 in a move that is attracting a lot of airline interest. “We are offering lie-flat seats on the 737 now. We know how to certify them and are looking for a customer,” Boeing Commercial Airplanes director-differentiation strategy Blake Emery told a small media gathering at the Aircraft Interiors Expo (AIX) in Hamburg. He added that forward-facing seats work better in terms of layout. “We are ...

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