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Hainan Airlines expands its fleet with A350

Posted 15 October 2018 · Add Comment

Hainan Airlines flight HU7607 took off from Beijing and landed at Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport at 11:00 am on 13 October Beijing time, marking the successful completion of the maiden commercial voyage of the first Airbus A350-900 aircraft owned by Hainan Airlines Holding Co., Ltd. (Hainan Airlines).



Above: Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.
Courtesy Shanghai Airport (Group)


The start of Hainan Airlines' A350 services was witnessed by over 300 passengers.

The A350-900 provides passengers with a business class equipped with the Staggered seat layout for enhancing passenger privacy and the classic Straight-Line design.

In addition, the front section of economy class is equipped with 18" wide seats that deliver up to 34-35" in legroom, providing economy class passengers with priority seat selection of extra legroom.

Every seat of the aircraft comes with a seat-back entertainment system.

Hainan Airlines' young fleet now counts over 400 aircraft, mainly consisting of Boeing 737s, 787s and Airbus 330s.

In 2018, the airline added four new A350-900 aircraft, which will serve Hainan Airlines' international and domestic routes.  

 

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