French bee takes delivery of its first A350-1000

French bee has taken delivery of its first A350-1000 aircraft on lease from ALC ©Airbus

Low-cost, long-haul airline French bee (Groupe Dubreuil member) has taken delivery of its first A350-1000 aircraft, on lease from Air Lease Corporation, to join its fleet and make the airline an all-A350 fleet operator. The aircraft is the first of two A350-1000s to be operated by the carrier on route from Paris to Saint Denis de La Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.

The A350-1000s will complement the four A350-900 aircraft already in the French bee fleet, providing the airline with operational flexibility and eco-efficient solutions for its network.

The aircraft features 480 seats in a two-class layout (40 premium-class and 440 economy-class), providing all the comfort and amenities of Airbus’ Airspace cabin, including state-of-the-art, in-flight passenger entertainment (IFE) and full WiFi connectivity throughout the cabin.

Simultaneously, the Dubreuil group also takes delivery of another A350-1000 on lease from Air Lease Corporation intended for Air Caraïbes, bringing the number of Airbus aircraft in the group’s fleet to 15.

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