These aircraft are in a three-class configuration with 28 full-flat Business Class seats, 24 Premium Economy seats and 264 Economy Class seats.
InsideFlyer shares pictures and details of the new cabin.
The new Business Class seats are staggered individual suites in a 1-2-1 configuration with direct aisle access. This is a huge improvement for Aeroflot, compared to its current 2-2-2 configured product.
Each suite has a closing door and a storage compartment.
Every seat is facing forward and is equiped with a shoulder harness.
Business Class Bar
The Business Class cabin has a self-serve bar at the entrance area with refreshments available during flights.
Premium Economy Class
The new Premium Economy seats are in a 2-4-2 configuration, with extra pitch and footrests.
The new Economy Class seats are in a 3-3-3 configuration, with the same dark-blue fabric and brown headrest as Business Class and Premium Economy.
The new Airbus A350 aircraft are expected to be in service on the following routes between Moscow and:
- New York (JFK) starts March 29th 2020
- Beijing (PEK) starts May 1st 2020
- Seoul (ICN) starts June 1st 2020
- Miami (MIA) starts June 2nd 2020
What do you think about the new A350 cabin? Do you like the new Business Class suites?