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   Virgin atlantic has revealed its shiny new Upper Class suite, which will dispatch on the transporter's approaching A350-1000 airplane this mid year. 

The transporter has moved away from its herringbone format, in which seats face into the lodge, to another 1-2-1 arrangement with seats calculated towards the windows (or path in 

the focal line). The seat changes over into a bed of up to 82 crawls long and no more 

must be turned to lean back it completely level. There is a 18.5-inch screen, and security entryways that slide most of the way over. 

Instead of the bar, Upper Class clients will approach the new A350 social space, the Loft, which includes a 32-inch TV screen that can be associated with headsets by means of Bluetooth. 

Premium economy and economy seats have been refreshed with bigger IFE screens. Premium economy will offer more extra room, while there are new textures in economy. 

The A350 will at first dispatch on the transporter's Heathrow-New York JFK administration from August, with four of the highway's six day by day flights set to highlight it before the year's over. 

Virgin is planned to take conveyance of four A350s this year, and has a sum of 12 on 

request for conveyance by 2021. The carrier affirmed that there were presently no designs to retrofit the new suite on existing airplane.

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