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The airline promises completely redesigned seating and amenities for the Spring 2014 arrival

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Economy seating doesn’t change much in the Dreamliner, but the windows are up to 30 per cent bigger. You can also expect higher humidity levels and ambient mood lighting.

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Premium Economy kicks it up a notch with providing 95 centimetres of legroom, a wider seat and a deeper recline. Air Canada promises “a contemporary, sophisticated cabin design in a palette of slate grey and neutral tones with accents of Canadian red and celeste blue.”

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Navigate the 18-inch Executive Pod entertainment system with a touch-screen handset, then order from Air Canada’s new espresso and cappuccino service. Or just stare out the window: Seats in international business class guarantee direct aisle access and window views.

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The new international business-class cabin on the 787 Dreamliner includes 20 lie-flat Executive Pods, each with an adjustable pneumatic cushion system that extends into a fully flat sleeping position two metres long. The pillows even gives you a massage!

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