Spandard Air

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Spandard Airlines
Commenced operationsNovember 30th, 1953
HubsMarble International
Secondary hubs
Fleet size82
Key people
Aaron Higgins
Revenue23 Million SHD
Net income321 Million SHD

Spandard Airlines, is the flag carrier airline of Kuthernburg founded in 1953. Based in Marble, it operates an international network of services from its main base of Marble International. In addition to transporting passengers and freight, Spandard Group carries out related activities, such as aircraft maintenance, handling in airports, IT systems and in-flight catering. Spandard Group airlines fly to over 94 destinations in 26 countries, and a further 90 destinations through code-sharing agreements with other airlines.

Corporate Affairs and Identity


Airport City Country


Spandard Airlines Fleet
Aircraft Years operated Total Type
kAE 848-8i 2015 10 Wide-body jet airliner
kAE JayStarr 2005 2 Supersonic transport
kAE 999-2 2015 38 Wide-body jet airliner
kAE 800-4 1998 20 Regional jet
kAE 747-2 1999 12 Narrow-body jet airliner


In-Flight Entertainment


All of aircraft in the fleet are configured in a two class layout with Business and Economy cabins. SAS currently markets three distinct business class variations, depending on flight length. In April 2011 Spandard announced that during the course of 2012-2015 it would renovate its economy class on all its planes as well as designing a new business class for its long haul planes. Spandard was one of the last remaining major airlines to equip all of its intercontinental routes with personal entertainment screens. As of 2017, the kAE 848-8i and kAE 999-2 fleets are equipped with personal IFE. In-flight catering is provided by Bakers Gourmet.

  • Business Class

Business Class is available on Kuthern domestic and inter-Atlantian flights. Seats are exactly the same as in the economy cabin, but with the middle (B and E) seats blocked off. Business Class tickets also include improved ground service (priority check-in, security, boarding, baggage handling, and lounge access.)

  • Business Club

Business Club is a mid-haul product available on flights to select destinations in Gondwana, Concord, and Borea. Unlike on short-haul service, Business Club seats are located in a dedicated cabin, are physically wider, have a greater seat pitch, and are equipped with leg-rests and in-seat video on demand.

  • Business Plus

Business Plus is offered on long-haul flights to Aurora and Yasteria. Business Plus offers lie-flat seating and international business class amenities.

  • Economy

Iberia has moved more to an South Hills, or "a-la south" model for domestic and Atlantian flights, offering a buy on board service called "Tu Menú" in economy for meals, snacks and beverages.

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