Air France introduces new A330 cabin

Air France introduces new A330 cabin

Air France has introduced an upgraded cabin interior on its A330 fleet. The airline’s first newly-fitted aircraft was deployed on a service to Ghana’s capital Accra on 3rd February, with the remaining 14 A330-200 aircraft to be upgraded by 2020 as part of a €140 million refurbishment plan. The refurbishment plan will see all of the French carrier’s A330s fully retrofitted with new seats in a three-class configuration, including 36 in Business, 21 in Premium Economy,…

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Aer Lingus unveils new livery

Aer Lingus unveils new livery

Irish carrier Aer Lingus unveiled its new livery in Dublin Airport this week, more than two decades since the airline’s last design refresh. The airline has replaced its former half-green fuselage with a cleaner white design in a move to give the brand a more modern and fresh image as the airline continues to expand into the North American market. Aer Lingus’ prominent shamrock still features on the tail, though with an updated, stylised design….

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Virgin Atlantic refurbishes Air Berlin’s old A330s

Virgin Atlantic refurbishes Air Berlin’s old A330s

Virgin Atlantic has revealed more details about the refurbishment of the four Airbus A330-200 aircraft it acquired from bankrupt carrier Air Berlin earlier this year. The airline is one of the many affected by issues with Trent 1000 Rolls Royce engines fitted to some Boeing 787 Dreamliners, and so is leasing the A330 aircraft to fill a capacity shortage. The aircraft came in a two-class economy and business class layout (albeit with 46 extra legroom…

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