Airlines Scandinavia, now replaces half of its fleet with new Airbus A321 aircraft. It also upgrades the interior of other flights with new seats, new entertainment systems.
The six new flights, which has seating for 212 passengers, made at the Airbus factory in Hamburg and shipped within the next 12 months. Each plan has a list price of about 107 million U.S. dollars. Aircraft wings are fitted with so-called shark flask (wing tips) which provides a fuel saving of around four percent, which is in line with Thomas Cook Airlines environmental certification ISO 14001.
In addition to the six new flights replacing four A321: or the 211 passengers and two smaller A320 with 177 seats each, the company’s long-haul A330 undergoing a complete renovation of the interior. In these installed British Alcro seats in economy while Royal Class (business class) gets extra large chairs from German Zim. Each chair back is also installed high-tech monitors on 9 inch video display and flight information.
A330 aircraft have between 322 up to 396 seats and flies including to Thailand and destinations, Punta Cana, Aruba and Mexico.