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Air Astana Adds Economy Sleeper Class to Frankfurt, London and Paris Flights

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 4 February 2015

Air Astana has introduced an Economy Sleeper Class product on its Boeing 757 services from Astana to London and Frankfurt.

A third destination in Europe, Paris, will be added on 29 March 2015.

The Economy Sleeper Class provides more comfort and allows passengers to rest and sleep in a lie flat position, by combining three economy seats.

The Economy Sleeper Class cabin is completely separate from Business and Economy Class cabins, with up to 12 seats available on each flight.

An Economy Sleeper Class kit containing mattress, Business Class pillow and duvet is offered to Economy Sleeper Class passengers. Additional benefits include priority check-in, 30kg baggage allowance, Business Class Lounge access, priority boarding, Business Class amenity kit and inflight entertainment system.

As part of the constant process of product and service innovation, Air Astana is delighted to introduce the new Economy Class Sleeper product, which provides many of the comforts and amenities of Business Class, but is attractively priced at the equivalent full economy class fare, said Richard Ledger, VP Worldwide Sales. Im confident that discerning passengers flying from Astana to European destinations will enjoy this class of travel, whilst experiencing Skytrax 4 Star award winning levels of service.

Air Astana currently operates a network of 60 international and domestic routes from hubs in Astana, Almaty and Atyrau in Kazakhstan.

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