Autumn launch for cabin refits

May 2007
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;5/4/2007, Issue 2765, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports that airline BMI will remodel its long-haul premium-economy cabins to offer a design similar to that of Virgin Atlantic. The airline plans to launch the redesigned cabins in September 2007, the same time that it will launch new fully flatbeds in business class. The airline adds that the armchair-style seats in business class cabins will be put into premium economy.


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