Small Planet Airlines to introduce A321s in their fleet

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore February 17, 2016 22:02

Small Planet Airlines to introduce A321s in their fleet

Larger Airbus 321 aircraft, additional Airbus 320 aircraft, and removal of Boeing 737-300 aircraft – these are the changes to be made by Small Planet Airlines for the holiday season this summer. In summer, the company’s fleet will total 21 Airbus aircraft.

“As a result of development, we have noticed that there is a growing demand for larger aircraft, therefore we decided to use the advantages of one type of Airbus aircraft and offer our clients the possibility to fly in larger aircraft,” Vytautas Kaikaris, director of Small Planet Airlines, said. According to Kaikaris, these changes and the upgraded cabins of the aircraft will distinguish the company from other similar airlines in Europe. Passengers will be able to enjoy new cabin interior and exclusive onboard services.

In summer, four modern Airbus 321 aircraft manufactured in 2004–2007 will supplement the fleet and operate flights between airports in Poland and the Mediterranean Sea resorts.

Dino D'Amore
By Dino D'Amore February 17, 2016 22:02