An Airbus A320 Air Côte d'Ivoire was delivered from Toulouse
On July 17, during a ceremony held in Toulouse, an Airbus A320 (TU-TSV) Air Côte d'Ivoire was delivered. The event was attended by the Executive Vice President of Airbus, Didier Evrard, and General Abdoulaye Coulibaly, the President of the Board of Directors of Air Côte d'Ivoire.
Air Côte d'Ivoire He had already chosen the family A320 thanks to the comfortable cab, the low operating costs and the excellent performance in terms of fuel consumption. The company already owns 6 Airbus aircraft (four A319 and two A320) under a lease.
Airbus A320 Air Côte d'Ivoire
The aircraft cabin delivered on July 17 is configured in two travel classes: 16 seats for business and 132 seats for economy.
The business class offers an increased level of comfort thanks to the new "Celeste" seat provided by Stelia Aerospace, while the economy class offers a high level of services, especially regarding the lighting system and Internet connectivity.
Air Côte d'Ivoire is currently flying to 20 from international destinations in West and Central Africa and to five domestic destinations in Ivory Coast.