Aegean confirms the order for 30 A320neo


Athens - Aegean Airlines has confirmed its order for 30 aircraft of the A320neo family at a ceremony in Athens.

The purchase agreement, consisting of 10 A321neo and 20 A320neo, was signed by Aegean President Eftichios Vassilakis and Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders. It follows a memorandum of understanding signed in March 2018.

Currently, Aegean Airlines operates a fleet of 49 Airbus aircraft, 37 A320, 11 A321 and one A319s.

Aegean Airlines is an excellent example of a resilient and superbly managed airline. Aegean's focus on customer care and attention to service excellence make the company one of the most rewarding airlines in terms of customer satisfaction,
said Airbus CEO, Tom Enders.
We are extremely proud that Aegean has chosen Airbus to improve the efficiency of its future fleet,
he concluded.
Our agreement with Airbus increases Aegean's development capacity with a long-standing trusted partner. We are investing in the successful A320neo family to improve our competitiveness and further improve our service offering to our passengers,
said Eftichios Vassilakis, President of Aegean.



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