The most advanced aircraft in the world

We all know that technologies advance by leaps and bounds and that all companies that are dedicated to it strive to offer all kinds of advances and modernities to their customers. This also happens with the aviation sector, which is always growing, innovating and improving to achieve great things such as, for example, flying faster or having more comforts.

The latest airline to present one of these great advances is the Japanese ANA , which has already presented what is considered the most advanced aircraft in the world and which will begin operating on January 21, 2012, although in principle it will only do so to cover the route Frankfurt – Tokyo (and vice versa). The plane is an example of innovation and technological advances and it is the new Boeing 787 Dreamliner .

It is configured to divide between two classes of travelers, the Economy (for which there will be 112 seats) and the Business (which will have 46 seats), although ample amenities are promised for all of them, although it is clear that some with more services than others. This company already has other routes that connect Tokyo with Munich, London and Paris, although for now it will only be to Frankfurt where the new jewel flies.

The main characteristics of this Boeing 787 are that the windows are 47 cm high and 28 cm long, almost 30% more than a window on another aircraft. The seats will also be much more comfortable than on any other plane, being the Business seats fully convertible into a sofa bed and the Economy seats can be reclined without disturbing the passengers behind, something that always happens. In addition, the bathroom is much larger and even has a bidet so that the toilet after the long journey can be done on the plane itself.