Air Belgium has taken delivery of the first of its two A330-900s.
The aircraft is configured with 286 seats in a three-class layout – 30 comfortable lie-flat business class, 21 premium-class, and 235 economy-class seats. The aircraft is furnished with the Airbus Airspace cabin. All seats are equipped with the latest-generation, in-flight entertainment system, on-board wifi and mood lighting.
Air Belgium will deploy the aircraft on routes connecting Brussels to long-haul destinations. The Belgian carrier currently operates an all-Airbus widebody fleet comprising A330-200F and A340-300; the A340s will be gradually replaced by the A330neos.
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