Low-cost carrier Flydubai plans to keep a small sub-fleet of all-economy aircraft even though its move into offering business class is considered a success, according to CEO Gaith Al Gaith. The airline has 50 Boeing 737-800s, seven of which are in a 189-seat single-class configuration, while the rest has 12 seats in business and 162 in economy. The single-class aircraft are mostly used on labor routes with less demand for business class. On the other hand, Al Gaith stresses that 65 of the ...

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