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Aigle Azur launches into long-distance flights

The airline takes a new strategic turn with the order of two jumbo jets.

Two Airbus A330-200 will join the Aigle Azur air fleet during the first half of 2018. The fleet will be composed of 12 Airbus aircrafts: one A319, nine A320 and two A330. The last two aircrafts will offer Economy class, Eco+ class and Business class with seats that convert into horizontal beds.

Founded in 1946 and chaired by Frantz Yvelin, the airline’s new goal is to develop long-distance flights while sustaining its original operations on European, Mediterranean, African and Asian destinations (France, Germany, Portugal, Algeria, Mali, Senegal, Lebanon, China, Russia).


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