The Business class cabin of B777-300ER is equipped with individual “goose neck” reading lights, laptop charging port and USB port for passengers to listen to their personal mp3 collection or view photos and PDF files. The new seat is adjustable to a variety of positions at the option of the passenger, including a full flat recline with a 15 degree angle (Chaiselongue position). It is outfitted with a 15.4in seatback mounted and 10.6in in-arm touch-screen personal television.
The seats are adjustable to a variety of the positions at the passenger’s option. Each seat is equipped with its own programmable position controls with memory, individual directional LED reading light, oversized tray table and bottle holder.
Business Class seats are outfitted in plush, deep-blue upholstery accented with touches of silvery-copper threads that simulate reflections of light on water.
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Inflight Entertainment System
The entire cabin of the new B777-300ERs is equipped with Panasonic eX2 Inflight Entertainment System. The system offers a fully digital inflight entertainment system that enables Business Class passengers to choose from a full-library of video and audio content. Each passenger seat is outfited with personal TV and Audio/Video On-Demand AVOD feature.
Each seat is outfitted with personal TV, 15.4-inch seatback-mounted monitors and 10.6-inch in-arm monitors, with AVOD (Audio Video on Demand) feature that will enable passengers to start, pause, rewind, and fast-forward any of the video programs at any time using the touch-screen controls or the passenger control units.
The AVOD system gives passengers a wide range of digital on-demand entertainment options – they can individually select from a variety of digital games and entertainment programs anytime.
The selections includes 18 of the latest Hollywood movies, a Filipino film, 8 popular TV programs, 12 radio channels and a selection of CD albums.
Each passenger can also create his own audio playlist from the collection of CD albums. On-screen instructions are available in English, Chinese, Japanese and Korean.