Paris - Air Caraibes completed the renovation of its five Airbus A330 deployed on the transatlantic network alongside the two A350-900.

The French company based at the Paris-Orly airport announced on August 9 that it completed the renovation of its entire A330 fleet, French aviation news portal "Air Journal" reports.

For better traveling experience, Air Caraibes modernized the three service classes offered on board of its A330s, with comfortable leather seats, wider seats equipped with lumbar and back reinforcements. The Economy,( 3 + 3 + 3) and the Premium Economy (2 + 3 + 2) classes now have HD touchscreens with extra large dimensions. The Business (2 + 2 + 2) class now offers 160 ° reclining seats with wider seat spaces and 15" (38 cm) HD touchscreens.

Passengers can also freely use their computers, smartphones, and tablets with the new power sockets integrated into the seats in all classes.

The company now has a fleet at the forefront of modernity, offering its passengers one of the best levels of comfort for flights operated between Paris and the Caribbean.

This modernization program has also allowed us to reduce the consumption of CO² and fuel emissions of the aircraft, thanks to their lighter weight. The performance and the quality of the services make the reputation of the Air Caraibes for which the competitiveness first passes by a comfort proposed on board of the various classes and the customer satisfaction,
the company said in a statement.

A third A350-900 (18 + 45 + 326) will join the fleet in the summer of 2019, followed by the first of three A350-1000s expected by the end of the next year.