Dublin-based aircraft lessor Goshawk said this week it had delivered an A320 to Lithuanian charter operator Heston Airlines. Heston’s chief executive  Jonas Rinkauskas said the aircraft would contribute to “achieve[ing]our target of building a larger, modern, fuel-efficient fleet”. Goshawk, which was recently sold by Hong Kong businesses Chow Tai Fook Enterprises and NWS Holdings to SMBC Aviation Capital, was “delighted to deliver the first aircraft by Goshawk to Heston, marking the beginning of an exciting partnership,” according to Stephen O’Dwyer, airline sales and marketing, EMEA [Europe, Middle East, Africa].

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