Luban seats come with 40 kg baggage - SalamAir

Sultanate’s fastest-growing value-for-money airline, SalamAir, has introduced Luban seating across its fleet

  
Logo of SalamAir is pictured on a commercial passenger aircraft at the aircraft builder's headquarters of Airbus in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, September 27, 2019.

Logo of SalamAir is pictured on a commercial passenger aircraft at the aircraft builder's headquarters of Airbus in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, September 27, 2019.

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To offer a unique travel experience, Sultanate’s fastest-growing value-for-money airline, SalamAir, has introduced Luban seating across its fleet. The front row seats in both the A320neo and the all-new A321neo aircraft are dedicated to the new Luban seating class.

From priority check-in to 40kg baggage allowance, lounge access at Muscat International airport, free hot meal and free seat selection, free modification/cancellation up to 24hrs before departure SalamAir passengers can choose the all-inclusive Luban fare class and enjoy precedence through their journey. Extending maximum convenience Luban seating offers more personal privacy. Luban seats are certain to keep passengers comfortable from take-off till landing.


The airlines’ new Luban cabin responds to the passenger’s desire to have bundled all-inclusive services that cater to their individual travel needs. Furthermore, the aircraft is also equipped with the latest HEPA air filtration system and features a customized cabin with leather seats.


Captain Mohamed Ahmed, CEO of SalamAir, said: “While we are delighted to have introduced an A321Neo aircraft to our fleet, we are also excited to introduce Luban seating for our esteemed customers. We are confident our guests will enjoy the extra comfort, expansive seats, priority check-in, more baggage allowance, and enhanced flexibility on their fare class. We are focusing not only on passenger comfort and ergonomics but a holistic cabin experience.”

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