Saudi Arabian Airlines (SAUDIA) has unveiled its latest state-of-the-art business class seat at Dubai’s annual Arabian Travel Market (ATM).
Visitors to SAUDIA’s booth will have the opportunity to experience the VantageSOLO suite. Which will be fitted on the airline’s new Airbus A321 XLR aircraft.
Saudia New Business Class Seat
The new VantageSOLO suite unveiled by Saudi Arabian Airlines at the Arabian Travel Market offers greater privacy compared to the previous business class seats. Furthermore, it features a privacy shield around the back and an extra door at the aisle.
Further, the spacious seats can be fully reclined into a bed. Subsequently, the suite also includes an 18” screen for improved viewing and additional storage space.
Captain Ibrahim Koshy, the CEO of SAUDIA, expressed the airline’s commitment to continuously improve its guest experience by introducing innovative solutions.
According to Captain Koshy, the VantageSOLO suite represents the ultimate comfort, privacy, and luxury. Further, it perfectly embodies the airline’s mission to provide cutting-edge products and services that offer a superior customer journey.
SAUDIA’s Airbus A321 XLR
SAUDIA’s new Airbus A321 XLR will fly to multiple destinations in Europe, Africa, and the Indian subcontinent, including Rome, Milan, Brussels, Barcelona, Dakar, and the Maldives.
Along with the VantageSOLO suite, SAUDIA has also introduced its new economy-class seat. The z400 has a 13″ screen and a comfortable recline.
The Gulf carrier Saudia Airlines has recently taken the delivery of its first Airbus A321neo. Further, the airline took the delivery on 14th April, a day before its A330 got damaged in Sudan.
The airline’s exhibition stand can be found at the Arabian Travel Market in Hall 4, stand number ME4310, at the Dubai World Trade Center.
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