The charter lessor operator HiFly has welcomed one additional A330-200 into its fleet, leaving the company with now two of the type.
Registered 9H-HFG, the A330-200 previously served its purpose with the Dutch flag carrier KLM, registered as PH-AON.
The aircraft features a three-class configuration across 268 seats, spread across Business Class, Premium Economy, and Economy.
The aircraft’s Business Class contains full-flat lie-down seats, designed to optimize comfort and living space for long flight durations. The Business Class configuration is in a herringbone layout, in order to provide a sense of individual space and privacy whilst at the same time offering easy access to the aisle.
Across both Premium Economy and Economy, the cabin is fitted eight-abreast, all with personal space and generous legroom for increased comfort. Additionally, each seat contains in-flight entertainment featuring USB charging ports and access to shared PC power outlets.
On the new fleet addition, HiFly President, Paulo Mirpuri, said the following:-
“We are delighted to welcome one more Airbus A330-200 into our fleet. Is an efficient, modern, state-of-the-art aircraft inside and out, offers comfort to passengers, and is a smart choice for customers.”
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