Hi Fly expands fleet with two new Airbus A330-200 aircraft

Business class cabin interior of Hi Fly A330.
Photo Credit: Hi Fly

Hi Fly, a leading wet lease specialist and charter airline operating worldwide, has expanded its fleet with the addition of two Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Registered as 9H-HFJ and 9H-HFK, these two new acquisitions will further strengthen the company’s capabilities as service providers for airlines needing additional capacity.

Airbus A330-200 Configuration


With a seating capacity of 269 passengers, the Airbus A330-200 ensures a comfortable journey for travelers. The cabin configuration is a two-class offering,  allowing for 18 spacious Business Class and 251 Economy Class seats.

Business Class

Business Class passengers are in for a treat with a double seat layout providing a generous 78-inch legroom and a flat-bed recline.

The attention to detail is evident, with motorized adjustability for headrests, backrests, legrests, and seatpans. Lumbar control, lap safety belts, and electrical massage zones contribute to an unparalleled travel experience.

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Economy Class

Even in Economy Class, passengers enjoy a comfortable pitch of 32 inches, maximizing the available space and ensuring a pleasant journey for all.

Photo Credits: Hi Fly

Hi Fly CEO Comments


“We are delighted to add these two new Airbus A330-200 to our existing fleet,” exclaimed Antonios Efthymiou, the CEO of Hi Fly.

He emphasized that these additions perfectly complement their portfolio, providing an expanded array of options to meet the growing global demand for their services.

The A330-200 family is renowned for its reliability and operational efficiency, boasting an impressive 99.4% rate.

With a maximum range of 15,500 kilometers, these aircraft are an ideal choice for airlines looking to reduce operational costs and enhance environmental performance.

Post-Pandemic Expansion


Hi Fly’s strategic expansion comes in the wake of the pandemic, signaling a resilient response to the challenges faced by the aviation industry.

The commitment to growth is evident as the airline plans to add a new aircraft to its fleet every quarter, maintaining this momentum until the end of 2024.

About Hi Fly


Hi Fly is the largest Airbus widebody aircraft wet lease specialist in the world, and is EASA and IOSA certified and FAA approved, with AOC’s in Portugal and Malta, and licensed to operate globally.

The airline operates a large fleet of all Airbus aircraft, Airbus A320, A330 and A340, available for wet lease and charter, passengers and cargo, on short, medium and long-term contracts, worldwide.

Customers include airlines, governments, tour operators, freight forward companies and private individuals and the military.

This is Hi Fly’s core business and has been developed with unmatched operational expertise over the last 18 years.

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Wet lease specialist charter airline Hi Fly has added to its widebody fleet with the acquisition of two additional Airbus A330-200 aircraft.
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