Interior of the 777X will give passengers a new level of comfort with airlines using the new jet, which will enter service in 2020, as a showcase for the latest interior products.
Launch customer Lufthansa has already unveiled a new Business Class cabin concept for the 777X, which it will introduce in 2020.
The 777X comes in two models the – 9 and -8.
The airline says its Business Class passengers can look forward to lie-flat beds with a length up to 220cm (86.6 inches), with a focus for those that lie on their side when sleeping.
The Business Class configuration on the Lufthansa 777-9 will be 1-2-1 and 1-1-1 giving direct aisle access for all passengers.
Passengers will also have the greatest storage space of any aircraft and they will be able to control the in-flight entertainment from their own personal devices.
What is more wireless device charging will be fitted to the 777-9.
In a first, passengers can also opt for a suite that has greater desk space or one that has a longer bed.
Emirates, the largest customer for the 777X with 150 on order says it will add Premium Economy to its offering with the new jet.
The cabin is about 4 inches or 10cm wider than the current 777 and this has been achieved by re-sculpturing the interior ribs of the aircraft.
This will mean physically a more spacious interior for all classes while windows that are 20 percent larger and repositioned higher will give a visually much greater sense of space.
The aircraft also features the lower cabin pressurization and high humidity of the 787.
It will have a fourth-generation composite wing and an all-new engine from General Electric the world’s foremost engine builder.
The wing and engine combination will give the aircraft a 20 percent better fuel economy per seat than the 777.
The 777-9X seats more than 400 passengers, depending on an airline’s configuration choices.
With a range of more than 15,185 km, the aircraft will have the lowest operating cost per seat of any commercial aircraft says, Boeing.
Boeing claims the second aircraft, the 777-8X, will be the most flexible jet in the world.
The aircraft will seat 350 passengers and offer a range capability of more than 17,220 km.
The 777X is a contender for the Qantas Sunrise Project to carry 300 passengers non-stop from Sydney to London.