All Nippon Airways (ANA) has announced the details of the design for its first A380, which is due to enter service in spring 2019.
The aircraft will be introduced on the airline’s Tokyo-Honolulu service, with other routes to be announced later on.
On the upper deck of the A380, ANA will install eight first-class seats, 56 in business and 73 in premium economy. It will be the first time the airline has offered first class on the route.
In business class (pictured), some seats are laid out in pairs and each one has aisle access. They feature an 18-inch touch screen monitor for in-flight entertainment, a side table, a power outlet and two USB outlets.
Premium economy seats feature a 38-inch pitch, head and leg rests, in-seat power and a USB outlet.
Economy will offer 383 seats, 60 of which will be couch seats to enable passengers to book an entire row and turn it into a bed for sleeping. With a 34-inch pitch, the seats also feature power and USB outlets with a 13.3-inch touch screen monitor.
The main cabin will also feature a multi-purpose room for passengers to change before landing if they choose.