Virgin Australia staff are on hand during peak times to offer hot towels, sparking wine and to highlight the key features of the seat as you perch yourself down, such as the high number of storage compartments for all of your knick knacks:
The seat is also powered up, which means you can use the touch screen on the side to go fully-flat.
The bed is actually longer than you can see above, as your feet and lower legs will dovetail underneath the seat in front to create a larger space within the confines of an aircraft cabin.
Also ahead of each traveller: a fixed inflight entertainment system that no longer needs to be folded down and locked away during take-off and landing.
The seat is impossible to miss, located smack bang in the middle of the entryway for all guests, whether you're arriving via Premium Entry before your flight or ducking in from the terminal side after you arrive.
Virgin Australia will progressively refurbish business class on all of its Airbus A330s and Boeing 777s, used on 'east-west' flights between Perth and Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane; to Los Angeles, Abu Dhabi and Kuala Lumpur; and on selected flights to Nadi (Fiji).
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