PARIS, FRANCE — Berjaya Air reinvents luxury in the sky with two ATR 72-600s in All-Business Class layout.

In a significant move to enhance its premium service, Malaysian carrier Berjaya Air has signed a Heads of Agreement to acquire two ATR 72-600 aircraft, slated for delivery in 2025 and 2026. The aircraft will feature an exclusive "All-Business Class" configuration, boasting the new ATR HighLine premium collection of cabin interiors, designed for supreme comfort with a 1-1 layout and individual outboard side stowage.

This strategic move enables Berjaya Air to elevate its brand positioning, bolstering its expansion plans to accommodate the Group's array of resorts and hotels. The aircraft will be operating from Berjaya's primary hub at the Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah airport, making it the operator of the least emission-intensive aircraft available in the regional market.

Tan Sri Vincent Tan, owner of Berjaya, expressed that the airline's ambition is to deliver a distinctive VIP experience, marrying comfort, operational efficiency, and a commitment to sustainability. "Our ATR aircraft, equipped with the ATR HighLine collection, will facilitate us in making the most preserved destinations accessible to our guests with the most comfortable, responsible, and future-minded aircraft on the market,” Tan remarked.

Nathalie Tarnaud Laude, CEO of ATR, echoed Berjaya's vision, emphasizing a refusal to compromise on passenger experience, accessibility, and sustainability. She added, "Their premium positioning further underscores the versatility of our aircraft, which are designed to offer operators an unmatched blend of comfort, unrivalled airport accessibility, and low emissions on regional routes.”