Brussels Airlines recently announced their newest Business Class experience, called “Boutique in the Air”. 10 million euros were spent on the completely redesigned Business Class, Premium Economy, and Economy Class. Their main target is to offer a personal experience, by creating a unique boutique hotel at 30,000 feet. Do you want to know what to expect from the new Brussels Airlines’ Business Class? Keep on reading our post.
Business Class Boutique Seat
New Brussels Airlines Business Class has 30 freshly redesigned seats in a staggered configuration. Therefore, Brussels Airlines has chosen the Thompson Vantage seat. In particular, their main upgrade is the increased privacy for each passenger seat. Whether the passengers are traveling alone or with a companion, they can choose between a single or double seat. So that the seats can be reclined into a ‘lounge sofa’ mode or a fully-flat bed and enjoy the 15.6’’ HD video screen.
The interior was designed in collaboration with JPA Design. Special premium-quality materials such as wood and leather were used in the design. Thus, Belgian Art Nouveau and Victor Horta were the main inspiration for the new A330 design. Moreover, all seats feature rich 3D textured fabric, inspired by famous Belgian designers, like Dries Van Noten. The carpet pattern is inspired by the design of historical Antwerp central station.
First of all, Belgian Star Chef to design the Business Class menus. Also, the airline brings the Belgian beer and bar culture to the sky With a special self-service bar in the aircraft. It will offer a selection of 8 famous Belgian beers. Brussels Airlines brings probably for the first time a Belgian walk-up bar on board, which will be located behind the Business Class cabin and will offer famous Belgian beers to all passengers. Belgian wines, coffee, and premium chocolate are served during the flight.
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Lastly, the highlight of the drink card is the Laurent Perrier Champagne from Brussels Airline’s Master of Wine Fiona Morrison, served with a four-course gastronomic meal created by a Belgian Michelin Star Chef.