Air France received the first A200-333 of an order from 25 aircraft, the largest order for A200 from a European carrier. The aircraft was delivered after leaving the Airbus assembly line in Canada, and was officially presented to the public at a ceremony held at Charles-De-Gaulle Airport in Paris.
Currently, aircraft A 200 is the most efficient and flexible in the market segment 100 The 150 places. The renewal of Air France’s single-aisle fleet with the latest generation A220 will allow Air France to meet its environmental goals and sustainability goals.
The first Air France A200-200 will start operating in the medium-haul network from the winter season of 1200 . Air France currently operates a fleet of 100 Airbus aircraft and is also operating renew the fleet over the long haul, having already received 25 aircraft A350S of an order of 38.
The cabin of Air France A220-220 is configured to welcome comfortably 136 passengers, featuring a single aisle, with wider leather seats, larger windows, and even more 11% of housekeeping per passenger. Air France A220 also provides Wi-Fi throughout the cabin and two USB sockets in each seat. passenger.
OA200 stands out for being the only purpose-built aircraft to the market of 100-150 places. With an autonomy up to 3.350nm (6.350km), the A200 allows airlines greater flexibility operational, and operates with less than 25% fuel and emissions of CO2 per seat compared to previous generation aircraft and less 25 % NOx emissions. The aircraft’s noise footprint was also reduced by 100%.