Privilege Style Replaces Boeing 767 with Airbus A330

Privilege Style

Spanish charter and wet leasing aircraft provider, Privilege Style, has acquired a new Airbus A330-200 registered as EC-NZJ, replacing its sole Boeing 767-300ER, which was retired earlier this year. The new aircraft has already flown from Abidjan in the Ivory Coast to Paris, and has been configured to seat up to 275 passengers. The business cabin has 20 lie-flat seats, while economy class has 255 seats. The airline is committed to providing excellent air transportation services to its passengers, with a flexible fleet that meets the current needs of the market.

Flexible Aircraft for Various Operations

Privilege Style’s new Airbus A330-200 is designed to meet the needs of its passengers, with a range of amenities such as ambient lighting and extensive in-flight audio-visual entertainment options. The airline will use the new jet for private and charter operations, with bases at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport and Palma de Mallorca Airport. The acquisition of the new aircraft demonstrates the airline’s ongoing commitment to renewing and improving its services, with a flexible fleet that meets the highest standards of quality and safety in aviation.

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Privilege Style’s Fleet

The airline’s fleet includes a single Airbus A321-200, currently wet-leased to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, one Boeing 757-200 (wet-leased to Aer Lingus), and one Boeing 777-200ER. The new A330-200 is a ten-year-old aircraft (MSN 1407), initially flown for Virgin Australia. The jet is now owned by Floreat Capital Markets and managed by Doric Asset Finance. The aircraft’s first flight with the new airline was on June 23rd, 2023, when it debuted on a service from Madrid Barajas to Malaga on behalf of Air Europa.

As the airline continues to expand its operations, the new aircraft will help Privilege Style to meet the needs of the market, with a flexible fleet that is committed to excellence in air transportation. The new Airbus A330-200 replaces the 264-seat Boeing 767-300ER that was retired from operation at the beginning of this year. The 767 first joined the airline in 2013 and carried almost half a million passengers during its decade of service with the airline. The aircraft is now undergoing passenger-to-freighter conversion at Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport.

Conclusion

Privilege Style’s acquisition of the new Airbus A330-200 demonstrates the airline’s commitment to renewing and improving its services, with a flexible fleet that meets the highest standards of quality and safety in aviation. The new aircraft will help the airline to expand its operations and continue to offer its services under the highest standards of quality and safety in aviation. With its range of amenities and flexible configuration, the Airbus A330-200 is designed to meet the needs of Privilege Style’s passengers, providing a comfortable and satisfying journey.

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