FinnAir recently revealed the cabin design of its new long-haul aircraft, the Airbus 350, that is set to be in service next year. You can bet your bottom dollar that if the design and interior is anything to go by, this will be one flight where you can kick back, relax with a drink and take in the blue-sky soaked scene.
The new aircraft will have “panoramic” view windows, wifi, ambient lighting and a bright, spacious and streamlined cabin. Additionally, all Finnair Airbus A350's features an air filtration system that filters out the air in the cabin every two to three minutes, which is designed to "enhance the wellbeing" of passengers and crew.
The eco-smart design of the A350 also brings more than 25 per cent improvement in fuel efficiency and operating cost over the previous generation of aircraft in its class, significantly reducing the carbon footprint of Finnair and its passengers.
Finnair plans to begin operating its first A350s in the second half of next year, and flight will initially be serving Shanghai, Bangkok and Beijing, with Hong Kong and Singapore A350 service to be added in 2016.