British Airways’ new Boeing 777-300ER jets will include upgraded first-class suites with sliding doors, The move follows the launch of the carrier’s Club Suite business class product last year, which also features a sliding privacy door and which has been well received by customers.
Starting in October, British Airways will begin receiving its remaining orders for the 777-300ER. The new Club Suite has been so popular with our customers and they are improving More until the real new First Class is revealed on the 777X.
On October, the company will receive two new variants to the 777 fleet, the 77L and 77H. The 77H variant will offer the modified First seat experience, which includes a privacy door and a three-point seat belt.
The pair of sliding doors will be added to the current open suite, it will not cover the full height doors but rather higher than the shell of the suite to give you the best privacy. The seat itself is very similar to the first-class seat on the 787.
Based on crew feedback it looks like the seat is based on the newer First Class seat on the Boeing 787. This would be the first time this particular variant is installed on a Boeing 777 aircraft, as current upgrades have been refreshing the slightly older 777.
The new advanced upgrades that have been installed in the 777-300ER will probable make sure the primary elegance and stays competitive against club world but we think this is more of a stop-gap until the new 777X First class is revealed.