Flynas receives first Airbus 330 plane as part of fleet expansion



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Published — Saturday 29 March 2014

Last update 20 May 2014 7:43 pm

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King Khaled International Airport (KKIA) witnessed last week the arrival of the first Airbus 330 aircraft to join the flynas fleet. The aircraft was received by key executives from the airline headed by Bander Al-Mohanna, deputy group CEO-NAS Holding, Raja Azmi, flynas CEO, and Wael Al-Sarhan, director of marketing and communication, along with key officials from KKIA and members of the press.
The wide body aircraft has various key features, including a capacity of 327 seats comprising 12 Business class and 291 Economy class. In addition, flynas unveiled its new Economy Plus cabin of 24 seats. The new aircraft has a unique interior design and offers entertainment features to ensure a comfortable journey for all flynas guests.
Azmi stated that his team is in a challenging marathon to achieve the company’s objectives in becoming a global airline providing the best services as well as ensuring smooth and comfortable travel for all.
Azmi added that this type of aircraft was required as part of the global flights program, flynas’ 2014 project to expand to long-haul destinations. The Airbus 330 offers advanced technical features and the ability to fly up to 12,500 km continuously.
The Airbus A330 has a luxurious business cabin offering its guests spacious 60 inch flatbed seat, in addition to other features such as in-flight entertainment. Economy class Guests will also enjoy comfortable seats with a 32 inch pitch and in-flight entertainment.
Discussing the experience which will be offered onboard the Airbus 330, Wael Al-Sarhan, director of marketing and communication, said: “flynas promises a unique and distinct experience onboard this type of aircraft, which will contribute in providing various features for all customer segments, in addition to fulfilling the increasing demand in air transport in the Kingdom via the global flights program on flynas.

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