KLM will equip its entire intercontinental fleet with a new "comfort zone" in economy cabins, offering passengers up to 10 cm./4 in. more legroom and back supports that can recline twice as far as standard seats. The carrier's 777-200ERs and 747s offer 31-in. pitch in economy and its A330s 32 in. The comfort zone will be located at the front of the cabin and will be available starting in December. Each widebody will be fitted with 35-40 of the new seats, a spokesperson told ATWOnline. The ...

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