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And next will be baggage compartment seating.
Spring Airlines considers selling standing tickets
By Katie Cantle
Spring Airlines is considering selling standing tickets if approved by
the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), according to Spring
chairman Wang Zhenghua.
Wang said the standing tickets would be 30% to 40% cheaper than air tickets for flights less than two hours. He also said Airbus is willing to retrofit its A320 aircraft with standing-room cabins, but the carrier has not yet received CAAC approval owing to safety concerns.
Wang said the Shanghai-based low-cost carrier plans to have three class configurations: business-economy class, which would expand to 24 seats from current 12 seats; 78 economy seats; and 120 standing places in a standing-room only cabin, which would increase passenger boardings 30% on a single A320.
In addition, Spring Airlines is opening four international routes from Shanghai to Singapore, Osaka, Chiang Mai and Da Nang, Vietnam at the end of March. It will also boost flight frequencies on routes to Jeju and Sabah. This year, the carrier plans to increase international capacities from 16% to 30% as it increases weekly international service to 103 flights.
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