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Malaysia-based Berjaya Air orders two ATR 72-600s with new premium cabin

Aviation Updates Philippines – As part of its rebrand to become a premium airline, Malaysia-based Berjaya Air will take on two new ATR 72-600s with a new “All-Business Class” configuration.

Image: ATR HighLine Cabin (Credit: ATR)

During the Paris Air Show 2023, Berjaya Air signed a Heads of Agreement with ATR for the two turboprop aircraft which will feature the new ATR HighLine premium collection of cabin interiors.

According to ATR, the two aircraft will have a 1-1 layout with individual outboard side stowage. Deliveries are planned for 2025 and 2026.

From its main hub at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport near Kuala Lumpur, Berjaya will operate the lowest emission aircraft available on the regional market.

“Berjaya’s vision is to offer passengers a unique VIP experience, with the highest level of comfort and operational efficiency, while also focusing on sustainability. Our ATR aircraft equipped with the ATR HighLine collection will help us make the most preserved destinations accessible to our guests with the most comfortable, responsible and future-minded aircraft on the market,” said Tan Sri Vincent Tan, Owner, Berjaya Air.

Nathalie Tarnaud Laude, CEO, ATR added: “We fully share Berjaya Air’s vision that there should not be any compromises between passenger experience, accessibility and sustainability. Their premium positioning further proves the versatility of our aircraft, which uniquely enable operators to benefit from exceptional comfort, unrivalled airport accessibility and low emissions on regional routes.”

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