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HAECO accomplished Boeing 777 cabin reconfiguration for Aeroflot

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Dana Ermolenko
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HAECO Hong Kong, a member of the HAECO Group, has recently accomplished cabin reconfiguration work on the first of Aeroflot-Russian Airlines’ (“Aeroflot’s”) Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

The new cabin interior is configured to increase the aircraft’s capacity from 402 to 427 seats, including 28 business class seats, 24 comfort class seats, and 375 economy class seats. The seat pitch averages 80cm in economy class and 96cm in comfort class. As for business class, passengers can enjoy individual suite with a sliding door and an extra armrest, providing a high level of privacy. Each private suite is also fitted with an 18.5-inch HD monitor and a two-meter full-flat bed.

HAECO Hong Kong accomplished this Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) input with Boeing as a design integrator, and the aircraft is fitted with the latest generation of Panasonic eX3 in-flight entertainment system. Passengers will enjoy the new cabin interior on all popular international and domestic routes of Aeroflot. Two additional aircraft of Aeroflot's B777-300ER fleet are scheduled to be equipped with this new interior in Q4 2021.



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