Baboo improves its product offering
Thursday 29, July 2010
To make their offer more attractive while maintaining the quality of their service and the originality of their product on board, Baboo is changing its product and will now offer two travel classes called "Economy" and "Premium Economy".
The redefined classes will allow its clients to choose the services that they require and suit their budget.
The "Premium Economy" class, formerly known as Smart, allows flexibility and a range of value-added services both on the ground (security fast track in Geneva, access to the Lounge, etc.) and on board (comfortable leg room - especially on jets, newspapers, enhanced refreshments, etc).
The new "Economy" class, previously known as Saver and Twist, offers the same great Baboo service but at lower prices and with less flexibility and additional features. It should be especially interesting rate offer targeted at families and young people aged between 16 and 25 years-old.
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