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Air Vanuatu ATR 72-600 Seat MapsAir Vanuatu

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In 1981, Air Vanuatu was established. The company is based in Port Vila, Vanuatu, at the Air Vanuatu House. The airline's principal hub is at Bauerfield International Airport. Air Vanuatu offers scheduled domestic passenger flights as well as international flights to airports in Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific. The airline operates 37 routes altogether. The company has six aircraft in its fleet. The business also offers a frequent flyer program called Qantas Frequent Flyer. Air Vanuatu operates one ATR 72-600 plane. The ATR 72-600 is a regional turboprop aircraft with several benefits for airlines operating in smaller markets. Its advanced technology results in reduced fuel consumption and emissions, while its comfortable cabin and low noise levels provide a pleasant passenger experience. Additionally, the ATR 72-600 has excellent short runway performance, allowing it to operate in airports with limited infrastructure. In terms of seating capacity, the ATR 72-600 can typically accommodate up to 78 passengers, depending on the configuration chosen by the operating airline.
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72-600

AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW
The ATR 72-600 is an aircraft produced by ATR for Air Vanuatu and has the following seat configuration: 0-0-0-72.

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Economy

Seats72
Pitch29"
Width18"
Recline2"

Travelers aboard Air Vanuatu's ATR 72-600 in economy class can expect a functional and inviting environment. Tailored for long-haul routes and 72 passengers, it provides essential comforts paired with a vast entertainment selection. The crew remains attentive and dedicated, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable flight experience.