Martinair to Introduce New Comfort Class on all ICA Flights

MIAMI, Florida, September 12/PRNewswire/ — Effective November 1, 2005, Martinair will introduce a new class on all its intercontinental (ICA) flights. This new class, the Comfort Class, offers passengers 10% more legroom than the standard Economy Class along with enhanced entertainment facilities. Passengers will be able to make use of a Personal Entertainment Player offering a selection of films and other programs. An upgrade to Comfort Class will be available at a fixed surcharge of EUR49 per person over and above the price of a standard Economy Class fare for a single trip.

Comfort Class seats offering more passenger privacy are available in a separate area of the cabin on all Martinair aircraft.

Comfort Class complements the customary Economy Class for cost-conscious travelers and Star Class, Martinair’s most exclusive product.

Comfort Class will take effect starting 1 November, but bookings can be made starting today through the website or the other usual channels.

Martinair is an international organisation with various subsidiaries in the field of air travel. It has grown from a small charter company to a provider of European and intercontinental charter and regular services for passengers and freight, with more than 3500 employees and an international network of establishments extending from Hong Kong to Florida.

An annual total of nearly two million passengers are flown to more than 90 destinations worldwide. Most of the European destinations are in the Mediterranean region and include Spain, the Canary Islands, Greece and Turkey. The main intercontinental destinations are the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and the Far East.

Martinair’s strength lies in its flexibility, as regards both its mix of activities and destinations. By keeping a keen eye on costs and maintaining a proactive customer-oriented attitude, the company continues to provide a quality product at competitive prices.

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