Air Greenland has turn out to be the newest airline to order an Airbus’ next-generation A330neo widebody plane.
The brand new A330-800 will substitute the flag-carrier of Greenland’s ageing Airbus A330-200ceo and safe operations linking the Arctic island with Denmark from the tip of 2022 onwards.
Air Greenland chief government, Jacob Nitter Sørensen, stated: “The A330neo is a elementary a part of Air Greenland’s fleet technique.
“The brand new plane will, for years to come back, provide travellers to and from Greenland a novel inflight expertise whereas leaving the bottom carbon footprint potential.
“The A330neo is an ideal match for the very difficult process of offering secure and environment friendly all yr passenger, cargo and freight providers to and from Greenland.”
The Airbus A330neo is a new-generation plane, constructing on options in style for the A330ceo and developed for the newest know-how A350.
Geared up with a compelling Airspace cabin, the A330neo gives a novel passenger expertise with the latest-generation, in-flight leisure techniques and connectivity.
Powered by the newest Rolls-Royce Trent 7000 engines, it incorporates a new wing with elevated span.
“We’re happy to see Air Greenland renew its confidence within the A330 household and be a part of the rising variety of operators who’re deciding on the A330neo as a logical substitute for his or her ageing fleets,” stated Christian Scherer, Airbus chief business officer.
“To think about the airline’s distinctive purple livery set towards the Arctic’s setting supplies some Christmas cheer on the finish of a yr that has been harsh for our complete trade.”