easyJet adds six more seats to its A320 cabins

250th airbus aircraft for easyJet (© C.Brinkmann/Airbus)
250th airbus aircraft for easyJet (© C.Brinkmann/Airbus)

easyJet has reached agreement with Airbus’ Upgrade Services division for the retrofit of up to 105 of its A320 cabins. The new cabin will feature six additional seats whilst maintaining current passenger comfort levels and in addition it has the capability of allowing full access to one of the lavatories for Persons with Reduced Mobility (PRMs).

In April 2015, Airbus and easyJet celebrated the 250th delivery of Airbus aircraft including some of the latest technology and innovations available. This significant cabin upgrade programme reinforces the airline’s commitment to its fleet.

Spaceflex ISO Module
Spaceflex ISO Module (© Airbus)

The new cabin layout is achieved through a combination of the recently certified ‘Max-Pax’ seating capability for the A320 family and the innovative Space-Flex v2 which optimises the cabin space at the rear of the aircraft allowing high service levels to be maintained.

The first line-fit aircraft with Space-Flex V2 will arrive straight from the Airbus production line in May 2016 with the deliveries of upgrade kits for the retrofit aircraft planned between autumn 2016 and spring 2018.

Airbus is a leading aircraft manufacturer which champions innovative technologies and offers some of the world’s most fuel efficient and quiet aircraft. Airbus has sold over 15,400 aircraft to more than 380 customers worldwide, and has achieved more than 9,100 deliveries since its first aircraft entered into service.


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