Iberia's new Airbus A350 jets will see the British Airways sibling and Oneworld member revisit its international business class
At first glance, and indeed second glance, the seats look identical to those of the Spanish flag-carrier's Airbus A330 and A340 fleet.
However, this version of the familiar Stelia Solstys III design has been tweaked to be slightly wider, at 58cm across compared to 52.5cm on the A330, along with wider footrests and a larger drop-down aisle panel in the seat's shell.
There's also more space at the seat for storing your carry-on kit, plus a larger HD video screen – upsized from 15.4 inches to 18 inches.
Iberia's Airbus A350s will have 31 business class seats in this staggered 1-2-1 layout, along with high-speed satellite Internet connectivity.
The drab colours in this mockup of Iberia's A350 business class cabin don't do justice to the real thing, which will take wing in June 2018 ahead of the launch of direct flights to New York from August.
Iberia has 16 A350s on order, which will replace its older Airbus A340s through to 2020 along with new Airbus A330 jets.