Wednesday, May 12, 2010
Saudia Airlines has officially announced in a company newsletter memo that it will be purchasing 12 brand new Boeing 777-300ERs which shall be used to gradually replace its aging fleet of 9 Boeing 747-300s + 3 Boeing 747-100s. These aircraft have the capability of also flying nonstop to the U.S. East coast for which they are destined to be used on as well. The configuration of its B 773ERs are not revealed as yet but many will be configured in 2 regional 2 class layout to operate flights to MNL, Pakistan, India, DAC and CMB where as others receiving the 3 class configuration will be used on prestige routes such as USA, LHR, China and Tokyo.
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