Aegean Airlines has signed a firm contract with Airbus for two additional A320ceo aircraft, adding to a previous order for five A320s aircraft that was placed in September 2007.All the aircraft will be equipped with Airbus “Sharklet” fuel-saving wing tip devices and will be powered by IAE V2500 engines. The aircraft will also be the first A320s in Aegean’s fleet to feature the enhanced take-off weight capability of up to 78 tonnes, enabling the carrier to expand its route network with longer range operations.Theodoros Vassilakis, Chairman of Aegean, said: “Aegean’s decision to take delivery of seven new A320s shows its
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