Monarch takes delivery of new A320

Victoria
By Victoria April 17, 2013 10:25

Monarch takes delivery of new A320

Monarch has taken delivery of a new A320 this week. The aircraft forms part of the airline’s expansion programme which will see the fleet grow in size from 32 aircraft in 2012, to 38 during this financial year to October 2013. The new aircraft will be based at Leeds Bradford airport where Monarch is about to start its first full summer programme of flying to twelve new destinations. A second A320, to be delivered in April, will also be based at Leeds Bradford.
In November 2012, Monarch announced plans for the re-equipping of its fleet from 2015 onwards. This re-equipping programme envisages an order for a total of over 45 replacement and expansion aircraft for delivery up to 2021 through an acquisition strategy which will consider both leasing and purchasing of aircraft.
Monarch Airlines is taking delivery of these first two new Airbus A320 aircraft, to be followed in May 2013 by two new A321 aircraft.

Victoria
By Victoria April 17, 2013 10:25
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