The Flynas airline is offering Economy class on its old and new aircraft, which will join its fleet.
This class is available on all routes between destinations in Saudi Arabia, and on all new aircraft will soon join the fleet of the Saudi company whose interior layout will be completely revised, from 349 seats in two classes to 458 in three classes in order to be deployed in particular international markets where demand for economy class is strong. The space between the rows of the Privilege class will be 17.7 centimeters greater than in Economy, the seats in 2-4-2 will be wider and can recline more, and will have a larger screen.
Economy Privilège customers will also benefit from priority check-in with personalized service, priority boarding, and priority baggage handling (two checked bags free of charge, each weighing up to 20 kg). Once on board, they will be treated to a succulent meal served on porcelain tableware and accompanied by wines and spirits, hot towel service, a larger pillow and a toiletry bag.
Some of the aircraft will be upgraded to also accommodate 398 passengers in Economy, whose new leather seats remain 78.7 centimeters apart but will be 3-4-3 instead of 3-3-3. The Super Business service cabin will have 36 horizontal reclining armchairs and will be arranged alternately to allow customers traveling alone or with a companion to choose the configuration that best suits them.
With the launch of the Economy Privilege cabin, Flynas will offer its customers a new high-value option to increase their comfort and the service received on board international flights. The delivery of the new aircraft provides the perfect opportunity to launch a new class of service that we will be able to offer on more international flights as we take delivery of the new A320CEOs (also in three classes, without further details). The premium class will also be introduced on devices operated on its regional routes.
Including the new aircraft joining its fleet, the Star Alliance company has 17 A320CEOs, plus other aircraft delivered by the French aircraft manufacturer, and several of its aircraft are due to be replaced by new aircraft delivered by the aircraft manufacturer French. Most? More spacious seating, additional food and entertainment services.
These cabins allow to combine affordable prices with greater comfort, and with the introduction of a new business class (unfolded, the seat becomes horizontal, etc.), Flynas has created a greater gap between economy and business class. As a result, there is now space for premium economy class.
Passengers traveling via this offer will benefit in particular from seats with 50% more space compared to the classic economy offer, in particular in width with 10 cm armrests (see image above). They will also be able to check in baggage benefits, as well as additional food and entertainment services during the flight.
This new product, which will remain closer to economy than business class in terms of price, is now open for reservation and available on all Flynas regular flights.
With an initial launch on AirbusA320CEO, this class will be equipped with 21 to 52 seats depending on the capacities of the aircraft and the new seats will be gradually installed on all long-haul flights over the next twelve months, details the press release.
Flynas expects to see over 1.5 million passengers per year in its new premium economy class.