But what do the seats offer?
For starters, Italian manufacturer Geven has designed them with slim backrests and full-foam seat cushions, though Lufthansa hasn’t revealed the exact width or pitch at this stage.
However, the new horizontally designed seat-back literature pocket has been designed to offer a slimmer backrest.
“A lot of customer feedback went into designing the seat and we are pleased to have already received a lot of positive feedback on the implemented features over the course of the project,” said Paul Estoppey, head of product cabin for Lufthansa Group.
Lufthansa Group announced its plans to standardise its A320s across its carriers earlier this year, aimed at reducing the time required to convert the aircraft when transferring them between the group’s airlines.
The group aims to take delivery of around 100 new aircraft from the A320neo family by 2025.