Lufthansa's Single-aisle Airspace Cabin from Airbus

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Lufthansa has become the first European operator of Airbus new Single-aisle Airspace cabin on a newly delivered A321neo.

The new Airspace features including slimmer sidewall panels for extra personal space at shoulder level, and improved views through the window, with redesigned bezels and completely integrated window shads. 

Airbus claims it offers the largest overhead bins on a single-aisle, offering space for 60% more bags. It also features the latest fully customisable LED lighting technologies and an LED-lit entrance area, as well as new lavatories with hygienic touchless features. 

Originally conceived for the A350 and A330neo, Airbus announced on 2017 that it would offer its Airspace cabin as an option across its entire single-aisle family, either as a line-fit or a retrofit. JetBlue Airways was the first to introduce the line-fit earlier in 2021.

Lufthansa chose to equip more than 80 of its new A320 Family aircraft (on order from Airbus) with Airspace cabins.

Heike Birlenbach, Lufthansa Group head of customer experience, said: "We continue to focus emphatically on premium product for our guests. For us, premium means providing high-quality, individualised and relevant offer for all our passengers, at all times."

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