EVA Air is planning to establish its new business class cabin, the Royal Laurel Class, for all of its flights from London’s Heathrow Airport by the end of July.
The Royal Laurel Class features 38 seats in a reverse-herringbone layout which allows passengers to easily swivel their seats to dine or talk with travel companions. Each seat measures 65 centimeters wide, can recline 180 degrees, and stretch out to almost two meters. Additionally, each seat has privacy panels which can create a cocoon for added quiet during work or rest. Exclusive amenities provided include an overnight kit created by century-old German luggage brand Rimowa and contains Harnn home spa lotion and lip balm. Passengers will also dine on brand-new tableware from Noritake, the same brand used by the Japanese Royal Family.
The Royal Laurel Class is part of EVA Air’s $100-million investment to upgrade the top cabins in all of its Boeing 777-300ER airplanes. The cabin was first introduced on New York-Taipei routes in June 2012. EVA Air flies between London and Taipei daily via Bangkok.
For more information, visit evaair.com.