Dutch carrier KLM is aiming to refit its fleet of Airbus A330s with a new business class cabin by October 2018, joining its Boeing 777s and 747s that have already been upgraded. On Dec. 19, KLM announced it completed work on its first A330-300, fitting the aircraft with a new world business class cabin. The initial aircraft, registered PH-AKA, operated the first flight with the new facilities operating as KL455 to Kuwait. Features of the interior include 206cm (81 in.) lie-flat beds, ...

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