Back to biz class, the seat transitions to a true lie-flat experiencethe former seat was flat, but just angled. These seats have even more bells and whistles than their predecessors. We're talking aisle access for all premium passengers, which is a huge win, since, if you're stuck at the window, there will be no mountain climbing to stretch your legs or head to the lav.
Iberia will also be giving the entire plane more entertainment options with 15.4 inch touch-screens up front and 9 inch touch-screens in economy. The coolest thing is that business class passengers get a 4.2 inch remote with a virtual keyboard on another touch-screen, all for controlling the large TV. It will even have text message capabilities to communicate with those on land, for a charge, but that will come later in 2013.
Have a view of the video below for the full brief on the updates:
[Photo and Video: Iberia]