Flying from Mexico to European cities such as Madrid, Amsterdam, London, Asian cities such as Tokyo, Shanghai, or even to Santiago in South America? Then you may find yourself aboard Aeromexico’s best business class seat on the Dreamliner (Boeing 787-9).
Designed in a reverse-herringbone layout, these Super Diamond seats offer direct-aisle access to everyone thanks to the 1-2-1 configuration. Plus, with pleasant staff and dishes with Mexican flavors, flying on Aeromexico in business class on the Dreamliner can be a great option. Let’s take a look at the seat a little more in detail.
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There are 36 Aeromexico business class seats in the front cabin split into two, the larger business class cabin has 30 seats, and right behind it is a mini business class cabin with only 6 seats. If you want a lot of privacy, we recommend you book seats 9D-F or 10A-J.
Aeromexico business class seats can convert into a fully-flat bed with a touch of a button, and each one measures 20 inches in width with a pitch of 60 inches.
Unlike the Boeing 787-8, the -9 version has a larger entertainment screen measuring 18 inches, and completely redesigned compartments and buttons. There’s one right next to the armrest that lifts up, where you can place items such as a phone, keys, wallet and earphones. This compartment is also where you’ll find the touchscreen control for the TV, headphone jack, and AC power socket. The top of the compartment can be used as a table for drinks with a non-slip grip to keep your mobile devices and drinks in place. Next to this compartment is another, smaller storage space with a built-in mirror to help you to look your best without ever having to go to the lavatory.
Aeromexico business class is also equipped with a touch-screen used to control the position of the seat, as well as turn your personal light on/off.
Other features in Aeromexico business class cabin are the soft and comfortable duvet and pillow, quality noise-canceling headphones, and a bar stocked up with water, soda, snacks, Nespresso-like coffee, and even some alcoholic drink options. It’s a nice place to go to in order to stretch out and get away from your seat. Plus, you may end up starting up an interesting conversation with other fellow travelers.
Have you had a chance to test out Aeromexico business class on the Boeing 787-9? If so, how was your experience?