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Air Caraïbes continues to develop its fleet and puts into service its third A350-1000 on December 28, 2021



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Air Caraïbes, a french airline specializing in the Caribbean, is pleased to receive its third Airbus A350-1000, registered F-HSIS, which strengthens its current fleet, made up of 14 aircraft.

The development of the fleet is a sign of the Dubreuil Group's confidence in the market and its companies. This ultra-modern aircraft, which allows a 25% reduction in fuel consumption, confirms the company's strategy in favor of the environment. It made its first commercial flight today, Tuesday December 28, 2021. The F-HSIS took off at 13:21 from Paris-Orly 4 bound for Fort-de-France (Martinique).

On December 20, 2019, Air Caraïbes put into service its first Airbus A350-1000, registered F-HMIL, then a second on June 22, 2021, registered F-HTOO, and this third, registered F-HSIS, which strengthens its fleet on December 28, 2021. It was the first French company to operate this high-performance, innovative aircraft, but also more respectful of the environment.

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