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Mango Airlines re-selects Series 3 Ultra

Posted 11 June 2019 · Add Comment

Mango Airlines, the Johannesburg based low-cost carrier, has selected Acro’s Series 3 Ultra Economy Class seat for two B737-800 aircraft.

 

Acro has a long-standing relationship with the airline and this latest order results in the delivery of fourteen shipsets in total since Mango first selected the seat in 2014.

Alan McInnes, SVP sales said: “By selecting Series 3 Ultra once again, we are delighted that Mango has continued to recognise the qualities of this classic Acro product. The seat meets the heavy demands of the hardworking low-cost carrier fleet as it delivers unrivalled reliability and cost of ownership. Passenger comfort is maximised with the reclining seat back and unique space-saving design which unlocks two inches more legroom than conventional seats. We value the longstanding relationship with Mango and look forward to continuing our collaboration with South Africa’s leading low-cost carrier.”

Benediction Zubane, head of marketing at Mango Airlines said: “Our collaboration with Acro is a good fit as Mango constantly challenges itself to push the envelope beyond the boundaries of convention; continually developing new products and technologies with a continual focus on service excellence. The Series 3 Ultra seat embodies innovation and enables us to offer a class-leading seating product to our customers.”

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