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Titan 757 has power for every passenger
Titan Airways is close to completing a major refurbishment of its Boeing 757 all business class interior, including modifications enabling each seat to feature a selection of two and three pin power supply outlets and USB ports.

Titan Airways is close to completing a major refurbishment of its Boeing 757 all business class interior, including modifications enabling each seat to feature a selection of two and three pin power supply outlets and USB ports.

The in-seat power system will enable passengers to run and recharge electronic devices such as laptops, tablets and phones while in flight. The work has been carried out by Airline Services Limited in a contract worth more than £400,000, which also includes updating the upholstery in new pale grey, soft leather.

The 757 offers 76 and 80 seat options with both configurations giving passengers a generous 50 inch seat pitch and full recline at each row. The 76 seat configuration allows a versatile and highly popular double club arrangement at the front of the cabin.

Passengers will also benefit from a deal that Titan has struck with specialist caterer Royalblue Executive Services, which will now provide catering for its fleet of 12 aircraft.

Kim Braithwaite, inflight services manager, says: “Following an intensive search for caterers with a product to match our high standards of service, we followed up on a recommendation that led to the selection of Royalblue. Although Royalblue tends to specialise in inflight catering for executive jets, it is equally capable of providing comprehensive, delicious menus for our larger vip group charters and higher end tour operator services. It also offers 24/7 service which was a key factor in its selection and sets it apart from other caterers.”

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