Air China orders four Boeing 777s
Flying on Air China may become a little bit more luxurious thanks to a recent announcement that the airline made.
Air China recently announced that they are planning on expanding their fleet with an order for four Boeing 777-300ERs.
The aircraft ordered is one of Boeing's wide-bodied planes, specifically designed for long-haul flights, and currently is the world's largest twin jet aircraft, according to the company.
Boeing 777s make the flying experience much more comfortable for first and business class travelers. All seats come with a personal entertainment system, that features more than 500 channels, according to the news source. The first class area is set up in a 2-2-2 configuration, meaning there are no uncomfortable middle seats. Business class is set up in a 2-3-2 configuration, making it perfect for travelers traveling with a group.
Many airlines are currently using planes from the Boeing 777 collection for long haul flights, including Emirates Airlines, Singapore Airlines, British Airways and KLM, according to Boeing.