Fiji’s National Airline, Fiji Airways has today revealed that it will acquire two new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft as part of its widebody aircraft expansion plans.
The Airline said to deploy the aircraft in popular routes between the US and Australia, with exact schedules to be confirmed closer to launch.
The Airbus A350 powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines, will feature 33 B/E Aerospace Super Diamond, fully lie-flat Business Class beds, with each offering direct aisle access., While Economy Class will feature 301 Recaro CL3710 seats, which are ranked among the most comfortable long-haul economy class seats on the market.
The two new A350 XWB aircraft will added to its existing widebody fleet of six Airbus A330s, with delivery set for November and December this year.
The order book for Airbus A350 stands at 890 orders from 50 customers.