SWISS adopts Airbus Airspace cabin configuration

Switzerland’s largest airline Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is adopting the Airbus ‘Airspace’ cabin concept for its fleet of A320neo family aircraft.

The new cabin features larger overhead bins; slimmer sidewall panels for extra personal space at shoulder level; a lighting system that can be aligned to human biorhythms and enhanced seating comfort; completely integrated window shares; and new lavatories with hygienic touchless features and antimicrobial surfaces.

The first two SWISS Airbus A320neos to be equipped with the new cabin will enter revenue service this month.

“As a premium air carrier, we continue to strive to offer our customers the highest possible quality standards, even in the present crisis times, said SWISS chief commercial officer Tamur Goudarzi Pour.

“Airbus’s advanced and innovative new Airspace cabin concept for our short-haul travellers is making a key contribution to all these endeavours. We are truly pleased to be able to offer our customers even greater inflight comfort, in the form of more space for their carry-on baggage and new lighting concept that is specifically tailored to their biorhythm needs.”

SWISS is a long-standing Airbus customer, operating Airbus A220 and A320 family aircraft on its European network, and A330s and A340s globally.

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