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Lucky Air Airline to open air route connecting Kunming and Moscow

By : InKunming | Published: 2017-March-14

[InKunming--Kunming]

  An airbus in type of A330-300 with its registration number B5971 landed at Kunming Changshui International airport on March 10th. The airbus that can take 292 passengers will be officially put into operation on March 21st. It will operate a direct air route connecting Kunming and Moscow this summer, according to Lucky Air Airline.

An airbus A330 landed at the Changshui International airport.

It is acknowledged that the airbus A330 is one of the world's most popular wide-body air-crafts. Comparing to airbus A320, airbus A330 is much lighter due to the usage of alloys and composites. It can reduce consumption of energy as well. Meanwhile, the A330 airbus’s quiet environment and comfortable chairs will make a long-trip journey a nice memory to passengers.

The airbus A330-300 deploys dual channel cabin layout, containing 32 first class seats and 260 economy class seats. In addition, this airbus is equipped with entertainment system, which will provide a more comfortable experience for passengers.

The A330 aircraft is expected to be officially executed on March 21st. By the aircraft, passengers could fly from Kunming to Sanya, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Beijing and other popular destinations. Plus, the first intercontinental route to Eastern Europe connecting Kunming and Moscow will be carried out by the aircraft as well.

Lucky Air Airline introduced the first airbus A330 in Kunming.[Photo/Shangguan Yanjun]

In the wake of airbus A330’s coming, Lucky Air Co. Ltd owns 42 airplanes. "Later we will introduce airbus A350 and Boeing B787 into our company. We plan to introduce 20 wide-body air-crafts within five years." Ding Yongzheng, the CEO of Lucky Air said.

Ding added that Lucky Air Airline will make full use of A330 airbus’s remote flight advantage, building a three-dimensional route network which connects Southeast Asia, South Asia, Europe and other remote areas.

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(Editors:Rachel, Cathy Chen)

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