Brussels Airlines is upgrading the cabins and introducing a premium economy class on its newly acquired Airbus A330-330s. The Lufthansa Group subsidiary is replacing seven leased A330s in its long-haul fleet with second-hand A330-300s and refurbishing the cabins of the new arrivals at a cost of €10 million ($14.1 million) per aircraft. The new business class cabin, designed in collaboration with JPA Design, features 30 seats in a 1-2-1 configuration. Each seat can be converted to a ...

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