Air Transat has debuted its more sustainable A321neoLR aircraft at Gatwick.
The aircraft, which consumes less fuel and produces less C02, will operate on tha Canadian carrier’s daily service from Gatwick to Toronto from November and operate out of Glasgow from October 31.
The aircraft consumes over 15% less fuel, generates 50% less noise and produces about 5,000 fewer tonnes of C02 a year and lowers nitrous oxide emissions by 50% compared to previous generation aircraft.
It has joined the fleet as part of the carriers’ commitment to sustainable tourism.
Passengers travelling in Economy will find wider leather seats with 10-inch touchscreens and USB ports. Meanwhile, Club Class passengers will experience a re-designed cabin with featuring leather seats with a leg rest and wider 13-inch touchscreens.
Adrian Keating, commercial director UK and Ireland at Air Transat said: “We’re delighted that our valued customers in the UK and Ireland are now able to experience our state-of-the-art A321neoLR aircraft on our routes from London Gatwick and, in the near future, from Glasgow too.”
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