Saudi Arabian Airlines Receives Its First A330-300 Regional

Saudi Arabia’s national carrier Saudi Arabian Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 20 Airbus A330-300 Regional jets it has on order, making it the launch customer for this new member of the A330 family.

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Saudia is no stranger to multiple deliveries, according to Boeing: in December 1999, the manufacturer delivered three 777s to the carrier.

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At the Paris Air Show 2015 on June 15, Saudia Arabian Airlines announced orders for 20 Airbus A330-300 Regional widebodies and 30 more Airbus A320s, becoming the launch customer for the A330-300 Regional.

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Saudi Arabian Airlines has ordered four additional A330-300s to add to eight which the airline ordered in July 2008, taking its total order for the type to 12.

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Eight of the 777-200ERs feature Saudi Arabian Airlines’ new Business Market configuration with 24 first class, 38 business class and 170 economy class seats. The remaining 14 aircraft under modification are in a new ‘High Density’ configuration which accommodates 14 business-class and 327 economy-class seats.

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The airline will be SkyTeam’s first member from the Middle East and Saudi Arabian Airlines will add 35 new destinations to the alliance’s global network.

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Boeing has revealed Saudi Arabian Airlines as a previously unannounced customer for 12 Boeing 777-300ERs, with the airline taking options on 10 more. The airline has also completed an arrangement to take over Kuwait-based leasing company ALAFCO’s orders for eight Boeing 787s.

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