SWISS Unveils All-New Cabins, Including First-Ever Private Suites

SWISS A330 Premium Economy

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is offering passengers a new ‘SWISS Senses’ travel experience beginning in 2025.

The airline has redesigned its cabin across its long-haul aircraft fleet. “This is the most comprehensive cabin renewal in the history of our company,” says SWISS Chief Executive Officer Dieter Vranckx.

The new concept also extends to SWISS’s first-ever suites, which will be offered in SWISS First and parts of SWISS Business. All seating classes will also feature new Human-Centric Lighting which helps alleviate the effects of jet lag. A new state-of-the-art inflight entertainment system with bigger screens and connection options for travellers' own personal devices will be provided in all seating classes.

SWISS First: complete privacy

SWISS A330 First

The new SWISS First suites offer travellers complete privacy with closable sliding doors, a personal wardrobe, a large seat table, seat heating and cooling, a wireless charging station and a screen display that as wide as the suite itself. The cabin’s centre suite can also be configured to suit two pax travelling together. An advanced new washroom has also been developed for the new SWISS First cabin.

SWISS Business: aisle access from every seat

The redesigned SWISS Business cabin offers both ‘classic’ Business Class seats and various further seating options such as double seats for passengers travelling together. Selected seats can also be closed off with a sliding door. All the new SWISS Business seats feature seat heating and cooling and a wireless charging station.

SWISS Premium Economy: tried-and-trusted retained

SWISS says its popular SWISS Premium Economy Class will remain an integral feature of the new cabin. The airline was the first in the Lufthansa Group to introduce the new Premium Economy seat with its 48-centimetre width and its almost one-metre pitch.

SWISS Economy: optimum construction for greater seat pitch

The new SWISS Economy cabin will be equipped with new comfortable and functional seats with increased seat pitch. Every seat will also feature a more than 13-inch high-resolution screen, and new inflight entertainment system. The new seats are further provided with an amenity storage facility and a USB port, and offer additional comfort in the first seat rows.

The new cabin interiors will be installed on the SWISS Airbus A330-300 fleet beginning in 2025, before being added to the company’s Boeing 777-300ERs. The new Airbus A350-900s on order will be delivered with their new cabins already installed.

Further information and a film on the new ‘SWISS Senses’ can be found here

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