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Photos: Shanghai Airlines Completes Retrofit of Five Aging Boeing 767-300s
China Aviation Daily | Mar. 14, 2016

Shanghai Airlines, a wholly-owned subsidiary of China Eastern Airlines, has completed the retrofit of its five Boeing 767-300 aircraft, unveiling an upgraded cabin interior.

The Shanghai-based carrier unveiled its new cabin products on the aging 767-300 aircraft, aiming to create a more comfortable travel experience for customers.

The refitted 767 aircraft is equipped with 214 seats in a two-class configuration - Business and Economy Class, unlike previous three-class configuration. The Business Class features 30 lie-flat leather seats in a 2-2-2 layout, allowing customers to have a much wider space.

The new cabin features an ergonomically designed headrest, a pitch of 57 inches and a fully flat sleeping position at 180 degrees, along with two 37 inch LCD TVs and four 17 inch entertainment screens, offering better entertainment options for customers.

The color choices made for the 767-300 aircraft interior are great improvements, with brown and cream-brown as its main color scheme, identical with China Eastern Airlines' 777-300ER.

Along with retrofitted airplanes and upgraded cabin products, Shanghai Airlines is taking a series of measures to improve its in-flight services as well.

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