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Business on board: CEO Vinay Dube says these are ways in which one can increase the cost efficiency.   | Photo Credit: Prashant Nakwe

Private carrier Jet Airways, which has completed 25 years, is set to revamp operations by entirely doing away with the first class and upgrading its business class seats on international flights.

As part of its plan, the airline will do away with the first class seats it offers in the 10 Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. Presently, each of the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft has a configuration of eight first class, 30 premiere (business class) and 308 economy seats. Jet Airways will upgrade the business class seats under a total revamp, enhancing the seating capacity to 400.

Bombardier introduces the Nuage seat created for the Global 7000 – with features including a patented tilt link system that creates a deep recline position, tilting headrest, floating base and center swivel axis

Steve Varsano explains the thinking behind the aircraft brokerage’s move to a new facility – complete with an outfitted wide-body fuselage section

Take a tour of the new cabin Embraer has created for this popular light jet, to be detailed in the upcoming issue of Business Jet Interiors International

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