As we kind of mentioned earlier, all of these seats will set Transaero easily apart from other A380 operators—they will easily have the densest seating configuration. There will be 616 seats in the economy cabin, but they are saving some space for those wiling to pay for the pleasure. As there will be 24 business class options, and the plans call for 12 Imperial Class suites.
At least there will be some stuff on board to keep you entertained, as they are planning to install some WiFi—promising speeds up to 12Mb per second for each and every passenger. They’re also tapping Panasonic and their eX3 in-flight entertainment system to keep all plugged in and connected on these long haul flights.
Not gonna liewe totally want to fly a Transaero A380 once they hit the skies, but it's definitely an excuse to bring an inflatable pillow and other small comforts onboard.
[Photo: Airbus / Transaero]