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American Airlines unveils images of latest cabins that include business-class seats with privacy doors

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American Airlines unveils images of brand-new business-class suites with privacy doors and upgraded premium economy seats featuring headrest wings – set to be introduced in 2024

  • Recent cabins are set for introduction on AA’s Dreamliners, 777s and long-range single-aisle Airbus A321 planes
  • The brand new ‘Flagship Suite’ business-class seats will offer customers a non-public ‘premium’ experience 
  • The introduction of the brand new interiors will see premium seating on AA’s long-haul fleet grow greater than 45%

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American Airlines will soon be giving its customers ‘a collection latest ride’.

The world’s largest carrier by fleet size has unveiled images of brand-new business-class seats and reimagined interiors set for introduction on Boeing Dreamliners, Boeing 777s and long-range single-aisle Airbus A321 planes.

The brand new ‘Flagship Suite’ business-class seats will offer customers a non-public ‘premium’ experience with a privacy door, a chaise lounge seating option and ‘more personal cupboard space’.

American has unveiled images of brand-new business-class seats and reimagined interiors set for introduction on Boeing Dreamliners (above), Boeing 777s and long-range single-aisle Airbus A321 planes

The ‘Flagship Suite’ business-class seats will offer customers a ‘premium’ experience with a privacy door. Above is a Dreamliner rendering

The ‘Flagship Suite’ business-class seats will offer customers a ‘premium’ experience with a privacy door. Above is a Dreamliner rendering

American can also be introducing latest premium-economy seats with double the quantity of in-seat storage – and headrest wings for increased comfort and privacy.

The brand new seats, designed by Seattle-based firm Teague, will debut in 2024 with the arrival of latest Airbus A321XLR and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

American’s Boeing 777-300 planes will probably be refreshed with the brand new cabin from late 2024, together with the 16-strong fleet of Airbus A321Ts.

American said that the introduction of the brand new interiors would see premium seating on its long-haul fleet grow greater than 45 per cent by 2026.

The new seats, designed by Seattle-based firm Teague, will debut in 2024 with the arrival of new Airbus A321XLR and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft (above)

The brand new seats, designed by Seattle-based firm Teague, will debut in 2024 with the arrival of latest Airbus A321XLR and Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft (above)

American said that the introduction of the new interiors (above on the Dreamliner) would see premium seating on its long-haul fleet grow more than 45 per cent by 2026

American said that the introduction of the brand new interiors (above on the Dreamliner) would see premium seating on its long-haul fleet grow greater than 45 per cent by 2026

American’s Boeing 787-9 aircraft can have 51 Flagship Suite seats and 32 premium-economy seats, and the airline’s Airbus A321XLR aircraft will feature 20 Flagship Suite seats and 12 premium-economy seats.

The 777-300 aircraft can have 70 business-class seats and 44 premium-economy seats.

American said: ‘Upon entering American’s redesigned aircraft, created by design powerhouse Teague, customers will probably be greeted with an illuminated American Flight Symbol and thin red accent lines, affirming their flagship experience. 

This image shows the new business-class suite on the single-aisle Airbus A321XLR

This image shows the brand new business-class suite on the single-aisle Airbus A321XLR

Airbus A321XLR aircraft (above) will feature 20 Flagship Suite seats and 12 premium-economy seats

Airbus A321XLR aircraft (above) will feature 20 Flagship Suite seats and 12 premium-economy seats

American is introducing new premium-economy seats (above on the Airbus A321XLR) with double the amount of in-seat storage – and headrest wings for increased comfort and privacy

American is introducing latest premium-economy seats (above on the Airbus A321XLR) with double the quantity of in-seat storage – and headrest wings for increased comfort and privacy

Pictured above is the Boeing 787-9 premium-economy cabin. ‘We are enhancing the customer experience across their entire journey with American,’ American’s Vice President of Customer Experience, Julie Rath, said

Pictured above is the Boeing 787-9 premium-economy cabin. ‘We’re enhancing the shopper experience across their entire journey with American,’ American’s Vice President of Customer Experience, Julie Rath, said

‘Within the Flagship Suite seats, customers will probably be surrounded with comfort and expansive surface and storage areas they’ll utilize to suit their personal needs, whether it’s to nosh on delectable fare, enjoy entertainment or calm down throughout the flight.’

American can also be overhauling its Admirals Club lounges, with ‘dreamy’ redesigns.

The primary of those refreshed lounges will open at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) this fall.

‘We’re enhancing the shopper experience across their entire journey with American,’ American’s Vice President of Customer Experience, Julie Rath, said. ‘The arrival of latest long-haul aircraft and the customized seat design of the Flagship Suite seats will offer customers a very private premium experience on our long-haul fleet.’

American said: ‘Upon entering American’s redesigned aircraft, created by design powerhouse Teague, customers will be greeted with an illuminated American Flight Symbol and thin red accent lines, affirming their flagship experience.' The rendering above shows the interior of a Dreamliner

American said: ‘Upon entering American’s redesigned aircraft, created by design powerhouse Teague, customers will probably be greeted with an illuminated American Flight Symbol and thin red accent lines, affirming their flagship experience.’ The rendering above shows the inside of a Dreamliner

The AA 777-300 aircraft will have 70 business-class seats and 44 premium-economy seats

The AA 777-300 aircraft can have 70 business-class seats and 44 premium-economy seats

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