Air Serbia Fleet Airbus A330-200 Details and Pictures. Currently, Air Serbia only operates single wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200 for long-haul flights to New York.
An Airbus A330-200 with the registration code YU-ARB has joined Air Serbia’s fleet; the plane is 12 years old, and previously flew for Aeroflot.
As a point of comparison, the original A330 with the registration code YU-ARA was 13 years old, so this plane is just slightly younger.
Unfortunately it appears that this A330 replaces the existing plane, rather than complementing it; at one point there were discussions about Air Serbia launching a Belgrade to Toronto flight, but it looks like that’s not happening.
This Air Serbia Airbus A330 has just been painted in a special livery, featuring Nikola Tesla on the tail.
Air Serbia Fleet Airbus A330-200 Cabin Interior Class Configuration and Seats Layout
The Airbus A330-200 wide-body aircraft is used to operate Air Serbia’s long-haul flights to New York.
The aircraft features comfortable Business Class and Economy Class seating.
Each seat offers an inflight entertainment monitor which provides access to films, television programs, games, and music.
Access to the internet is available via Air Serbia’s Wi-Fly, Wi-Fi service.
Several data and price packages are available.
Air Serbia’s old A330 has 18 business class seats in a 1-1-1 configuration.
Air Serbia’s new A330 has 21 business class seats, in a staggered 1-2-2 and 1-2-1 configuration.
From a passenger experience standpoint, the major difference is that the old A330 had herringbone seats in business class (similar to Virgin Atlantic), while the new A330 has staggered seats in business class (similar to Aer Lingus).
The aircraft offers a total of 236 economy seats in a 2-4-2 configuration in two sections, with 17 and 14 rows, respectively.
Unfortunately Air Serbia doesn’t offer any “premium” or “extra leg room” seats, as many other domestic and international airlines will, aside from a few bulkhead and emergency row seats, which are generally blocked off during the booking process — you’ll need to speak to an agent at check-in in order to snag one of those.
A major advantage of flying aboard an Airbus 330-200 is that the 2-4-2 configuration only features two seats on each side instead of the usual three, which would require someone to always be stuck in the middle seat.
Legroom seemed to be quite conformable and there’s just enough room if you want to stretch out a bit.
The only bad thing is the entertainment system box is located directly underneath the seat and does get in the way.
Seat Map and Seating Chart Airbus A330-200 Air Serbia
Wide-body aircraft Airbus A330-200 Air Serbia has two class configuration on-board (Business and Economy) with total of 257 seats.
Use airplane seat map to find which ones are more comfortable and which ones should be avoided.
Airbus A330-200 Air Serbia Aircraft Fleet Inflight Amenities and On-Board Services Information
- Audio. Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) is available on this aircraft with a selection of international audio programming.
- Video. Audio Video on Demand (AVOD) is available on this aircraft with a selection of films, television programs, and games.
- AC Power. AC and USB power ports are available at each Business Class seat.
- Internet. Air Serbia offers access to Wi-Fi on their Airbus A330 aircraft via their Wi-Fly product. Wi-Fly provides passengers internet access on their personal devices while in flight. Several data and price packages are available. Additional information may be accessed by clicking here.
- Food. Air Serbia serves food and beverages on all flights. Selections available on long-haul flights include multicourse meals, sandwiches, cakes, hot beverages, and complimentary bar service.
Airbus A330-200 Air Serbia Aircraft Fleet Data and Registration Number
Air Serbia Aircraft Fleet Wide-Body Airbus A330-200 Images Gallery
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