SKY express orders four Airbus A320neo
The Greek airline SKY express becomes a new Airbus client by placing a firm order for four A320neo aircraft.
The planes will be powered by two CFM-International’s Leap-1A engines.
“Our cooperation with Airbus, through the acquisition of six brand new Α320neo aircraft, meets our ambition to modernize our fleet and have our company transition to a new era,” Ioannis Grylos, οwner of SKY express said.
Additionally to the firm order, the carrier has leased two A320neos from Aviation Capital Group (ACG).
SKY express currently operates a fleet of ATR regional aircraft. It will now join the circle of 430 Airbus operators around the world. At the end of September 2020, the A320neo Family had received 7,450 firm orders from over 110 customers worldwide.
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