The wide fuselage provides more personal space for passengers.
Ergonomic seats induce comfort and safety feelings.
Passenger-friendly interior design contributes to diminishing of closed space feeling.
The wide aisle allows the passengers to move freely around the cabin during flight.
The large panoramic windows allow plenty of natural light in the cabin.
The state-of-the-art environment control system provides fresh air supply and three-zones thermal regulation in the cabin.
When MC-21 aircraft flies at the altitude of 11,887 m (39,000 ft), the in-cabin air pressure equals the pressure at the altitude of 1,830 m (6,000 ft) above the sea level. The in-cabin pressure higher than that of other aircraft of the same class provides favourable health effect for the passengers and the crew.
The new engines and the modern noise-absorbing materials contribute to the significant reduction of the cabin noise level.