Hi Fly airline announces the addition of one more Airbus A330-200s to its fleet. Registered 9H-HFG, the aircraft seats 268 passengers in a three class configuration - 18 high comfort business class seats with flat beds, 36 Premium Economy with extra space and 214 Economy.
Business Class offers a flat-bed that fully extends, designed to optimize comfort and living space for long flight durations. The ergonomic lie flat bed is positioned in a herringbone layout to provide a great sense of individual space and privacy while allowing easy access to the aisle. With relaxing colours and a welcoming atmosphere, the seating system offers each passenger a deluxe suite while maintaining a spacious cabin layout, with a 18-inch video monitor.
Economy Class (Premium with extra legroom and standard) is fitted with 8-abreast configuration seats, all with extra personal space and generous legroom for travelling comfort. Each seat is fitted with individual screen, USB charging ports, and access to shared PC power outlet.
The A330 is the most modern and reliable family of aircraft in the sky, providing a quality solution for every route, with an operational efficiency of 99.4%.
Speaking about this addition Hi Fly President, Paulo Mirpuri, said: 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.
Hi Fly is the largest Airbus Widebody aircraft wet lease specialist in the world, EASA and IOSA certified and FAA approved, with AOC’s in Portugal and Malta, and licensed to operate globally. The airline operates a large fleet of all Airbus aircraft, Airbus A320, A330 and A340, available for wet lease and charter, passengers and cargo, on short, medium and long-term contracts, worldwide. Customers include airlines, governments, tour operators, freight forward companies and private individuals and the military. This is Hi Fly’s core business and has been developed with unmatched operational expertise over the last 17 years.