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Airbus delivers first A330neo in Hi Fly livery

Posted 4 September 2019 · Add Comment

Hi Fly, the privately owned Portuguese wet lease specialist operating an exclusive all-Airbus fleet, has taken delivery of a new A330neo on lease from Air Lease Corporation.



Above:
(left to right) Hi Fly cabin crew - Christophe Molus, Rolls-Royce Senior Vice President - Airbus - Paulo Mirpuri, President & CEO Hi Fly - Carlos Mirpuri, Vice President Hi Fly - Peter Bennett, Vice President Sales Southern Europe Airbus - Marc Baer, Executive Vice President Air Lease Corporation – Hi Fly cabin crew.

The aircraft is configured with 371 seats in a two class layout, with 18 high comfort lie flat business class seats and 353 economy seats. All seats are equipped with the latest generation in-flight entertainment system, and mood lighting is available throughout the aircraft
 
The A330 will be deployed to further expand Hi Fly’s long haul wet lease and charter operations worldwide. Hi Fly operates an all Airbus fleet of 20 aircraft including four A320 Family aircraft, 15 A330 / A340 Family aircraft and one A380.

As a wet lease specialist Hi Fly provides aircraft on lease for short notice airline operations, with crew, maintenance and third-party insurance provided in a service-ready package.
 
The A330neo Family is the new generation A330, comprising two versions: the A330-800 and A330-900. The A330neo Family aircraft shares 95% commonality with the previous A330. It builds on the proven economics, versatility and reliability of the A330 Family, while increasing range by up to 1,500nm compared to the majority of A330s in operation.

The A330neo is powered by Rolls-Royce’s latest-generation Trent 7000 engines and features a new wing with increased span and new A350 XWB-inspired Sharklets. The cabin provides the new Airspace amenities including passenger inflight entertainment and Wifi connectivity systems.

 

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