EL AL’s New Dreamliner Introduces A Premium Economy Class EL AL Dreamliner Business Class

by Kelly Harold
EL AL’s New Dreamliner Introduces A Premium Economy Class EL AL Dreamliner Business Class

Photo: EL AL


EL AL's new Dreamliner 787 aircraft will take flight for the first time on September 12, from London Heathrow.

It will run four times a week (Monday to Thursday) until March 15, 2018, on short trips to Europe.

The Dreamliner will have 282 seats in three service classes: Business Class, Premium Economy Class and Economy Class. El Al's new Premium Economy Class will consist of 28 seats in a 2-3-2 seating configuration with adjustable seat recline and headrests.

All service classes include Panasonic’s AVOD entertainment system with a personal screen.

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