Virgin Australia on Monday launched its all-new business class, officially marketed as The Business, which will be rolled out to its entire Airbus A330 fleet (serving transcontinental routes) by the end of October. Employing a reverse herringbone layout, the cabin comes with lie-flat seats arranged in a 1-2-1 configuration and high-definition 16-inch touch screens for passengers to conveniently explore in-flight entertainment options. While designed to ensure maximum privacy, the center suites include a sliding screen that can be opened or closed depending on oneâ€™s needs.
Along with the new design, the carrier has improved dining experience for business passengers, implementing a restaurant-style fine dining system where meals will be hand-delivered by flight attendants. Guests are given the option to dine when they want and choose from a menu cooked up by celebrity chef Luke Mangan. Premium Australian wines will be available throughout the flight.
For coffee lovers, Virgin Australia also announced on Monday a new partnership with Nespresso. The agreement will ensure business class cabins are equipped with the worldâ€™s first Nespresso by B/E Aerospace machine, offering passengers high-quality coffee up in the sky. Different coffee blends will be available on board, namely the Ristretto Intenso, Espresso Forte, and the Espresso Decaffeinato blends.
For more information, visit Virgin Australia.