new Economy Class
At Dragonair, we design by listening
We’re constantly improving our products and our services in all our classes to match the changing needs of our business and leisure travellers – and we do that by listening to our passengers.
Greater recline and comfort
A cradle mechanism in the seat back allows for 6” recline for resting and sleeping while giving more space near your shin area when the passenger in front of you reclines. The headrest with side wings adjusts four ways to give you maximum support for your head and neck. And there is more legroom so you can really stretch out.
Convenient storage space
We’ve added more storage options so you can keep your personal things close at hand. Store books and magazines in your literature pocket. Keep your mobile phone, pen and glasses in the new amenity storage. And hang a coat or sweater on the coat hook. The cup holder is always available without lowering your tray table, and when you do want it, the bifold design lets you use your tray table either half-size or full size.
A choice of our entertainment or your own
Our new StudioKA entertainment system with Audio and Video on Demand looks especially good on the touch-screen monitor of your 9-inch Personal TV. And you can connect your iPod, iPhone or iPad* through our multi-port connector to stream your own music and movies to the screen. There’s a USB port to charge your mobile devices, and a 110V AC power supply for your laptop computer and other electronic devices.
* Available for selected models. iPod, iPhone and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries.
We look forward to welcoming you on board soon. You can find out more about our new Economy Class at dragonair.com/neweconomyclass
Dragonair’s new Economy Class will be progressively introduced on our aircraft from March 2013. Aircraft deployment varies and availability is subject to operational requirements. The seat configuration is subject to aircraft type and operational requirements.