Air Madagascar retires Boeings

25 Jul 2012  536 | World Travel Fairs

BANGKOK, 24 July 2012: Air Madagascar has replaced its old Boeing 767-300 with a newer Airbus 340-300 on Bangkok route.

The change in aircraft will increase seat capacity by 16% with a configuration of 224 seats in economy; 21 in premium economy (123 degree recline) and 30 business seats (flat beds) with personal screens in all classes. The Boeing aircraft had 238 seats in a  two-class configuration.

The airline operates two flights weekly to Bangkok from Madagascar’s capital city, Antananarivo. The services continue to Guangzhou in China.
All inclusive fares start from Bt34,030 to Antananarivo and Bt8,585 to Guangzhou.

Air Madagascar is leasing two A340-300s from Air France.

Sourced: ttrweekly