Air Côte d’Ivoire has taken supply of its first A320neo, turning into the primary operator of the kind within the west Africa area.
This newest era plane will be a part of the Abidjan-based airline’s current Airbus fleet of six plane.
With improved ranges of effectivity, this new plane can be deployed on Air Côte d’Ivoire’s regional community to serve Senegal, Gabon and Cameroon.
Locations like South Africa can be added at a later stage, highlighting the operational flexibility of the A320neo.
Powered by CFM Leap-1A engines, the plane is configured in a cushty two-class structure with 16 seats in Enterprise and 132 seats in financial system class.
Passengers will profit from the widest cabin of any single aisle plane, high-speed Web connectivity and newest era in-flight leisure system.
Air Cote d’Ivoire’s first A320neo took off from Toulouse carrying one ton of humanitarian items together with medical gear and toys.
In partnership with Aviation sans Frontières and the Airbus Basis, the mission is a part of Air Côte d’Ivoire’s company social accountability initiative.
The transported items will serve native NGOs in Abidjan, thus supporting the training and well being sector within the nation.
Air Cote d’Ivoire has a fleet of ten plane, together with three A319s and three A320s, serving 25 home and regional locations in West and Central Africa.