AWAS agrees to lease two new A320 aircraft to Airblue

Victoria
By Victoria March 25, 2013 14:16

AWAS agrees to lease two new A320 aircraft to Airblue

AWAS has agreed to lease Air Blue, the fastest growing airline based in Pakistan, two new A320 aircraft to be delivered in late 2013 and early 2014. These aircraft are from AWAS’ new order pipeline, and will include factory-fitted Sharklets.
This advanced end-of-wing Sharklet system has been developed by Airbus to save airlines up to $270k on fuel per aircraft each year along with several higher performance and lower maintenance benefits. Importantly, Sharklets can also save over 730t less CO2 emissions annually per aircraft.
Founded in 2004 Airblue offers daily domestic services linking Islamabad, Karachi, Lahore, Peshawar, as well as international services to Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Istanbul, Manchester, Muscat and Sharjah. These new aircraft will help Airblue continue to deliver reliable, high-quality service to their customers.

Victoria
By Victoria March 25, 2013 14:16
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