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In 1974, the French airline Air Austral started flying. At Roland Garros Airport Sainte-Marie in Réunion, France, is where its headquarters are situated. The airline's primary hub is there as well. From Réunion, Air Austral offers regular passenger connections to France, South Africa, Australia, New Caledonia, and the nations bordering the Indian Ocean. The business offers service to 17 locations in total. There are 11 aircraft in the Air Austral fleet. Air Austral operates only one model of Airbus, A220-300. For 2022, the company has three A220-300 planes in its fleet. The aircraft refers to the passenger narrow-body twin-engine turbofan medium-range aircraft. The planes were chosen because the Airbus A220 consists mainly of modern materials, making it possible to reduce its operating costs. The small number of passenger seats was also an advantage of the planes. The A220-300 has 130-160 seats. This makes it possible to reduce the cost of its operation.
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  • A220-300

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The Airbus A220-300 is an aircraft produced by Airbus for Air Austral and has the following seat configuration: 0-12-0-120.

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Seat map key

  • Switch deck
  • Galley
  • Lavatory
  • Stairs



Business class is an airline class above economy and premium economy classes with upgraded amenities, service, and seating. While business class is a significant upgrade over said economy, or the slightly cushier premium economy, it is still a step below the top-of-the-line first class on A220-300 when available.



When you purchase an economy class ticket on A220-300, it means you are sitting in the main cabin, and not located in first or business class. Seats are smaller and packed more closely together, and in-flight services are limited. Economy class seats on domestic routes usually have a seat pitch ranging from a very tight 27 to a generous 32 inches (68.5 - 81 cm).