Virgin Australia has revealed the stylish new design and interior refresh of the Boeing 777 fleet of aircraft.
The Boeing 777 re-design “will bring a fresh and contemporary new look to the fleet, consistent with that across the Virgin Australia domestic network”, according to Australia’s second largest airline.
The 777 cabin interior will undergo a complete re-design of seat fabrics, carpets and curtain dividers. Seats across Business, Premium Economy and Economy have been updated for even more comfort with extra padding, new fabrics and headrests throughout the aircraft.
Led by Virgin Australia’s Creative Director, Hans Hulsbosch, the new designs are inspired by the ceiling and flooring “leaf” designs in the Virgin Australia lounges, and have been created exclusively for the 777 fleet.
Virgin Australia Group Executive of Product and Guest Services, Martin Daley said the redesigned international fleet would deliver exceptional style and comfort for guests along with a fresh and contemporary look and feel renowned across Virgin Australia domestic aircraft.
“Virgin Australia’s cabin refresh of the Boeing 777 has been designed by experts in their fields. The redesign provides guests with a fresh interior, plus the comfort and style found across all our aircraft, whilst maintaining the service and in-flight experience suited to all guests,” he said.
The first Boeing 777 with the cabin redesign is now in service and the remainder of the fleet is expected to be refreshed during 2012.