Sunrise, FL - On July 11, the leasing company CDB Aviation announced that it had signed a lease agreement with Air Seychelles for an Airbus A320neo, deliverable in the second half of 2019.

No cabin configuration details revealed yet, but the new aircraft will be equipped with in-flight products reflecting the latest trends in the air travel industry, offering customers a higher level of comfort and an improved travel experience, according to Air Seychelles.

We are delighted to welcome our newest customer in Africa, Air Seychelles, and to support the carrier’s plan to renew its fleet and deliver increased efficiency to its regional network,
said CDB Aviation Chief Commercial Officer Patrick Hannigan.

We are very pleased to announce that the lease agreement with CDB Aviation has been completed. This is a significant milestone, bringing us closer to the introduction of the A320neo,
said the Air Seychelles Chief Executive Officer Remco Althuis.

Founded in 1977, the 40 percent of the national carrier of the Republic of Seychelles is owned by Etihad Airways. The operator flies to six destinations in five countries with two A320-200 and five turboprops.