Air Calédonie has been able to adapt its fleet throughout its history to serve the various destinations in the territory
and to meet the growing demand for domestic travel.
Today the company operates 4 ATR 72-600s, equipped with 70 seats each, an essential aircraft adapted to regional transport.
The first ATR 72-600, registered F-OZIP, arrived in France on 10 December 2016, the second, registered F-OZLI, was received on 17 December 2016. The third, registered F-OZKN, arrived on 16 December 2017, and the fourth, registered F-OZNO, was received on 23 December 2017.
The new ATR liveries retain the identity of the company, which is particularly recognizable with its orange color, while modernizing the design. One of the 4 ATRs proudly displays its mascot role, a different version of the others, all orange.
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- Modern technology
- Improved flight safety and maintenance operations
- Reduced noise
- Redesigned cabin layout
- Larger luggage compartments
- Wider and lighter seats
- Optimal energy performance
- Ranking among the most ecological in the segment
Each aircraft is identifiable and more particularly bears a totem of its own and a significant registration:
The interior layout has also been completely redesigned with reminders of the company’s identity and latest generation seats.
The seats were chosen to meet precise specifications: lightness, comfort and modernity. Their titanium and carbon structure makes them the lightest seats on the market, saving 300kg on each equipped ATR.