Now, this is flying in style.
It’s been no secret that Calgary International Airport has become a travel hub for some of WestJet’s new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners, and we’ve finally gotten a look inside the massive cabins of these luxury flights.
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Fitting 320 passengers, the planes feature a three-class cabin configuration with lie-flat seating and private pods for business class passengers.
It’s looking like even the economy class will get a little luxury along with their tickets, however, as each seat appears to be equipped with a full heads up display.
At least 10 Dreamliners are expected to frequent YYC once operational, with consistent flight paths confirmed from Calgary to London, Paris, and Dublin starting this spring.
WestJet does also have the option to purchase an additional 10 Dreamliners. If they choose to, those planes would land in Calgary sometime between 2020 and 2024.
Take a look at the new hardware coming to Calgary International Airport: