Innovativ, elegant und komfortabel: Das waren die Vorgaben für den neuen Business Sitz von SWISS in der Boeing ER, den das Team von Paul. Die Boeing ER bringt Passagiere bis zu 10 km weit. 01 11 SWISS renews longhaul fleet B first xpx. First Class – komfortable. Swiss hat durch ihre Luftfrachtabteilung Swiss WorldCargo seit Ende März über 80 reine Frachtflüge durchgeführt und dabei über
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The grounding follows a busy week for the aircraft. Before Zurich, the Boeing had made return trips to both Johannesburg and Bangkok.
The mobile stair unit involved in the incident was the type that is towed. Normally, it would take fairly high winds to move such a heavy piece of equipment.
The mobile stairs are on wheels, and a braking system is standard to hold them in place. The aircraft was parked when the incident occurred.
In the absence of typhoon grade winds, one likely cause is that the brakes were not applied or not applied properly.
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Based in Melbourne, Australia. Now I have to to with pain in my knees and muscles of legs and bag. I call that unpunished criminal assault. This seat should be marked in red, like 23 A-K.
On top, people will come and stand in that area, often stepping on your feet I was awaken twice because of that. Although it reclines quite well, the seat is hard like a stone.
The curve shape of the cabin takes away some room. I am not giant cm x 72kg , but I had to try sleep twisted so to avoid the shoulders of me neighbor and the wall of the cabin.
Overall, terrible experience. The crew was very young and inexpert aside from wearing their uniforms rather free-style, they lacked coordination and timing, even the bread was cold like a rock.
I would find no difference between low cost carriers such as Norwegian and LX. It is even more disturbing as LX Business and First class are really top, while Y class is just at the level of low cost carriers.
I'd rather stick with LH or SQ. I had plenty of time to get my seat in advance and wasnt aware of this site. On flight out flight 41 lax-zrh was in seat 32A was fine.
Im a pretty big guy 6'1" and found the legroom and seat comfort adequate. Little noisy but to be expected behind the engines.
My flight back I wanted to stretch and have a window seat so chose 23A.. The seat tray as mentioned makes the seat narrower. Whats not told is the emergency door frame impinges your leg room even more by about 4".
Also mentioned here no window there. Also not menrioned is the constant sub arctic cold air blowing from the doorframe freezing both your legs and feet.
I fly many many miles a year and this made even me feel chlostrphobic. Bottom line, avoid these seats at all costs. These seats 23A and 23K should be avoided at all costs and shouldnt be seats there in the first place.
This plane does not have economy plus seats, so all economy seats are the same in terms of size and legroom except exit row.
This aisle seat is in the front part of the economy section, but as uncomfortable and cramp as the seats farther back.
I will try hard to avoid flying with Swiss on this plane in the future. This was the worst seat on any long flight I've taken I fly cross atlantic times every year.
The cushion was hard, legroom was terrible I'm 5'3" woman , and aisle was so narrow no one, including flight attendants, could walk down the aisle without touching you.
The seating in middle row is extremely uncomfortable. The metal brackets that hold the seats to the floor are placed out of line with the seats, and result in compromised leg space - leg space that is extremely tight to begin with - with the added problem of having only 3 spaces to stow away small luggage for 4 passengers.
This occurs on every single row of middle seats D, E, F, G. Clearly the airplane was not designed to seat 10 abreast. I choose row 50 and reserved a seat well in advance.
This worked perfect. I would never ever book a 3-seat combination for us as a couple, especially not for a combination as Swiss now offers.
People do not bump into 50B, due to protection from row Seats itself are really cramped wide , footroom is similar to old seating. However the whole flight is cramped feeling.
If I cannot get row 50 either side I will use any other airline in future. I got shocked when I saw their new economy cabin and decided to use miles to upgrade to business class rather than to spend 13 hours in the new economy class.
It took me 65 LH miles and a week later they confirmed I was upgraded. What a fab experience it was!
The best seats I've ever seen. Twin C seats are also good but in a throne seat you can feel like in first class. Most other airlines' biz products feel like economy compared to the Swiss new planes.
That of course applies if you can get a "throne" seat. Oh yes, the food was also really good but service was pretty mediocre.
This configuration with 10 seats in Y-Class is extremely tight. Luckily my flight was only a short flight, but I felt already very uncomfortable.
Even being a normal sized person it is absolutely impossible to seat normally or in any way comfortable.
Sidewards you permanently touch shoulder of your neighbor and no idea how they measure legroom with 32 inch I cannot imagine sitting for a long-range flight in such a position.
Very sad as this is in no way Swiss Quality or premium airlines style. Please, be aware that in the economy class there is no V adapter.
There is only a USB port charger located on the screen of the entertainment system. So, it is not possible to charge a laptop or any other equipment requiering V.
Even though a configuration in Y surprisingly comfortable. Nice size of Screen. No boxes anymore below the seats like the A have.
Both flights were not full - nice to have an empty seat in the middle! Was the worst flight of my life. The seats are ridiculously small in this configuration with barely any room in the aisle.
I'm not a big guy but even I had to walk down sideways to not slam into people. All 3 of us on my row boarded about midway through the boarding, and by that time our storage locker had been filled already with bags, and every locker in the back cabin was filled, so we had to JAM our bags under the seats in front, making it impossible to even stretch our legs out for the whole trip.
Sad to see Swiss go from such a comfortable A configuration to this sardine-like monster that Boeing have furnished.
Will be flying this route via the middle east on the more comfy carriers from now, sorry Swiss.
Horrible Leg space, very unconfrotable, probably one of the worst expierience i have made in Business Class. A shame this is their Flagship. You cant move the legs when you in bed position.
On our flight we were exposed to screaming babies for most of the 12 hour flight. The double seats offer even less space than the single seats.
Avoid the Swiss On the return flight in row 12 the cabin crew was busy with accompanying family members and friends; the rest of the passengers were hardly noticed - poor service.
It's shame for Swiss have this kind of configuration. Economy seats are very narrow, seems that passenger are seated one over the other!!
The is not enough space for the hand luggage store, people "fight" to place their things and the flight attendants are not helping. This cause waste of time boarding the passengers!!
Try to avoid to flight on this !! Swiss - is ONLY the name on the outside of this aircraft! Seat and seating in economy definitely not suited for long distance flights.
Besides the cramped position due to proximity to the wall and the protruding door, there is very cold air coming from the door flowing over your legs.
Even with blanket you will feel cold. And I even payed more for the extra legroom. This is not what people expect from a brand like Swiss! Another excellent flight with Swiss.
Much better than their A first. I forgot to mention, it's closed suite now, but process sounds weird. Definitely worth LifeMiles. You actually need put privacy screen aisle side and door together to make your suite fully private.
I couldnt see a smile in the plane.. Best seats in Y-class. Only two seats in a row, no middle seats. All economy seats feel extremley cramped!
The armrest was broken, thus, irremovavle. I found it not a very great aircraft as it is Swiss's flagship plane. They could defintley do alot better in terms of passanger comfort.
Horrible, narrow, no space for legs and arms! This is the best seat I ever had on an airplane and I've been on lots of them.
There is plenty of leg room and the seat reclines a lot more than any other seat. It makes a 12 hr flight that much more comfortable!
The only good business class seats on this aircraft are the single seats. Minimal storage areas except rows 6 and 4. A pitty as they will need to use this plane for another 15 years Outboard seats in Business are woefully cramped.
There is minimal storage space. The window seat passenger cannot get past the aisle passenger without difficulty and only with great difficulty if they have reclined their seat to any extent.
The lap sash seatbelt is uncomfortable. My seat controls only worked intermittently and my wife's controls ceased working completely half way through the flight.
Care factor of the cabin crew was minimal to put it politely. We will never choose these seats again. The central doubles appeared to have much more space and allow ready access to the aisle.
The wooden coat hangar provided is a nuisance and mine fell down into the seat control innards during the night after I inadvertently dislodged it.
It took several minutes to locate it and extract it. On a positive note, the meals were delicious. Terrible seats in economy! Extremely narrow, very uncomfortable.
From my perspective it is the worst long-haul seat I have ever seen. And the authorities should look into the security of such a terrible layout because I think there is no chance to evacuate the economy class in an emergency when it is fully booked.
Just terrible!! Basically an A seating arrangement in the B which has much narrower fuselage. The seats so narrow, one has to sit either slightly sideways or overlap the arms to fit into the seat.
This is NOT Switzerland' standard. First flight on Swiss' new - and a short one, thank goodness. Unbelievable narrow seating Economy.
After about 30 minutes my left leg began to cramp. I imagined the horror had this been a long flight. When the row in front of you goes backward you can't read or watch the movie.
I probably would have had to stand most of the time. The only comparable flight was on a Tupolew several years ago, but there I could move sideways.
Sorry, Swiss, never ever again. Once the release button was located it opened easily but storing it for landing was really difficult.
I noticed several others experiencing the same problem! First flight on Swiss experienced business class traveler. Could not conduct a conversation with passenger next to me.
Cabin crew agreed - they did not know why. Swiss have a serious problem with this plane. Economy in this plane is truly awful.
The old As were really nice, but the seats in the are so narrow and the aisles are so narrow it is ridiculous. Just suffered the most uncomfortable long-haul flight in a long time.
On the first flight i was upgraded to Business as a Senator. It is a torture for a human!! They should use that one as a "Premium Airline"!!!
Entertainment system in Economy class is super nice. You can start it right away and it stays always on even during take-off and landing.
It is super fast responding to every touch and the choice of movies great. I have to say that I was a bit disappointed by the food, which has been better.
Will not be flying Swiss anymore. Seats are new and the recline and footroom much improved BUT seats are too narrow and aisle is too narrow.
And Im a medium sized female. I saw a few people actually stand on seats to get in and out ofnaislenacces aisle in order to use the restroom.
It is a waste of money to pay for a seat upgrade in economy. There is no such thing existing. Also, ovehead bins are now too high for me to close without standing on the seat.
Good luck it was just a one hour flight! I came to the conclusion this is absolute NOGO for a long-haul flight. The gap to the seat in front it is so little I suffer till now on claustrophobia.
While the seat has some nice details lights, boxes, storage space and a big HD touch screen for the IFE the seat itself can't made fully flat see photo once I manage to upload one.
For a brand new business seat this is quite a disappointment, especially so in a wanna-be "premium" airline. Service was ok, neither specially attentive nor bad.
Having the food served on a small tray gives a bit an economy class feeling. And why do they only provide a table cloth for dinner, but not anymore for breakfast?
Strange and not consistent. The plane itself is new and beautiful, but the seating is unbelievably cramped. I haven't flown this uncomfortably in well over a decade.
Eating "normally" was impossible, had to eat in shifts, holding the meal container up with my elbows in. I can't fly like this anymore.
The flight was amazing and the staff super friendly and helpful. The seat was very comfortable with a full seat recline.
The seat was soft and very nice. I had plenty of room and personal space to store my things. The seat was a fully flat bed.
The service was OK however it did indeed take a while to be served meals and drinks after take off. The seat, once made into a bed was brilliant.
I slept for 10hrs of a 12hr flight. I would highly recommend seat 14A if you are travelling solo as I was.
The seat felt a bit narrow, however the seat cushion was very comfortable even after a few hours into this long haul flight.
Entertainment system was also improved, displaying larger, high-definition screens. Very disappointing business class. Seats not horizontal, too narrow, and too many seats.
Service takes an eternity, and crew is correspondingly stressed. Plenty of leg room due to the emergency exit, however no window and quite narrow as the door and the cabin wall are protruding.
Room for your shoulders is thus more limited compared to the stanadard window seats, felt a bit cramped.
The emergency row on er gives plenty leg room, but be aware that the 'window' seat K is narrower by the frame of exit door.
Excellent for slim passengers and on shorter flights. There are 10 seats per row and there are lots or rows. Yes, the seats do recline further than on the Airbus and the entertainment screens are bigger and all touch screen.
The entertainment boxes beneath the seats are mercifully gone. BUT, overall it feels incredibly cramped and the much touted space saving seats are thin, hard and unconfortable - a bit like on a commuter train.
Not a pleasant flight experience! Hi, I am writing about the in-flight amenities. In general, there are no tethered handsets in economy class.
Everything including reading light, etc. Seat is near the Emergency exit. Armrests are fix and can not be folded back, due to the table inside it.
Entertainment Screen on front of the armrest can be folded up. Plenty of legrooom as the emergency doors do not disturb. No usual window allowing to lean against the side-wall with your head.
This seat has a ""private "" window which is in the emergency door. Could imagine taking this seat unless no babies in the basinets of the seats 23D - G.
Cabin is quiter than the one of But I got the impression it is something in between angled and fully flat. Additionally I have to comment: - 7K is a place with very limited personal space opportunities.
Only one box to put in personal belongings and only for very flat things in front of the seat under the screen - Plugs for electronic devices in danger as you might damage it when you have to leave your seat.
Good: As it is a bulkhead seat, you get more free space for your feet to sleep. From this point of views the following seats shall be colored as green: 4A and 7A.
The proximity to the lavatories and galley are not really bothersome as you have a good big private area in this seats. Seat 5K is indeed a single-seat.
One Window is missing - You place your feet into the box of the row in front. You don't have space to turn your feet comfortably and a more then 1.
This could be a danger to damage your charger cable or the connection. Enhancements: - The screen is touch screen and brings more feature for the Airshow - The seat is in a very quiet area of the plane and even the engines seems to be more quiet.
Seat 1 A is a suite style First Class seat positioned at a bulkhead. Seat 1 D is a suite style First Class seat positioned at a bulkhead. Seat 1 G is a suite style First Class seat positioned at a bulkhead.
Seat 1 K is a suite style First Class seat positioned at a bulkhead. Seat 10 K is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed.
Seat 11 A is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed. Seat 11 K is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed.
Seat 12 K is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed. Seat 14 A is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed.
Seat 15 K is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed. Seat 16 A is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed.
Seat 17 K is an open suite Business Class seat that transforms into a fully lie-flat bed. Seat 2 A is a suite style First Class seat.
Seat 2 D is a suite style First Class seat. Seat 2 G is a suite style First Class seat. Seat 2 K is a suite style First Class seat. Seat 22 D is a standard Economy Class Bulkhead seat that has some extra legroom.
Seat 22 E is a standard Economy Class Bulkhead seat that has some extra legroom. Seat 22 F is a standard Economy Class Bulkhead seat that has some extra legroom.
Seat 22 G is a standard Economy Class Bulkhead seat that has some extra legroom. Seat 23 A is a standard Economy Class seat that has extra legroom, however, it is missing a window.
Seat 23 B is a standard Economy Class seat that has some extra legroom. Seat 23 C is a standard Economy Class seat that has some extra legroom. Seat 23 H is a standard Economy Class seat that has some extra legroom.
Seat 23 J is a standard Economy Class seat that has some extra legroom. Seat 23 K is a standard Economy Class seat that has extra legroom, however, it is missing a window.
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Including a live cooking station, with a very friendly chef. There are showers available as well, so you can freshen up before your flight.
Followed by business class, which consists of 62 seats spread between two cabins. And, finally, the first-class cabin, which was completely empty on this flight to Montreal.
Swiss Business Class Seat As I mentioned, I opted for seat 4A, which is in the very front of the mini-cabin, located just behind first class.
This plane also offers a touchscreen remote, located under the arm rest. Along with a USB charging port and a universal power outlet.
There was also a small compartment on the floor that I think is designed to store your shoes. I opted for seat 10K, which was located near the front.
Other amenities, including lotion and wipes, are available in the lavatory. In-Flight Entertainment Each business-class seat includes a inch touchscreen display.
There are also a selection of games to choose from. You can even browse through the film selections on the remote.Enjoy the best online games on our Swiss Online Casino. Sign up now and receive Up to CHF Bonus!. The SWISS Boeing ER is configured with 8 First Class suites, 62 open suite Business Class seats that transform into fully lie-flat beds, and standard Economy seats. Swiss Connect WiFi internet access is available on this aircraft. Swiss has 11 Boeing ER planes in its fleet, which were acquired in & to replace the carrier’s aging A aircraft. The B aircraft are used on Swiss’ ultra long routes, such as Zürich to/from San Francisco, Los Angeles, Bangkok, Singapore, Miami, Sao Paulo, and Hong Kong. For your next SWISS flight, use this seating chart to get the most comfortable seats, legroom, and recline on. Swiss first class is an unbelievable product, starting with a ground experience that was second to none. Seriously, check this out. The intimate cabin with (almost) fully enclosed seats was incredibly comfortable, the food and drink was top-notch (minus the missing caviar and Champagne), and the service was pure perfection.