JetSMART receives two new A320 to cover its new routes


Hamburg - On December 9, JetSMART, the ultra-low-cost Chilean airline operator, has received a new Airbus A320 (MSN8006), which has been delivered in the factory of the manufacturer in Finkenwerder, Hamburg in Germany.

The new Airbus A320-200, registered as CC-AWD and baptized with the name of Condor Andino, left Hamburg for Chile on December 9, to join the JetSMART fleet.

The route to Chile required stops at the Gander International Airport (YQX) in Labrador, Canada and the Tocumen International Airport (PTY) in Panama before arriving in Santiago de Chile (SCL).

Within a few days, also another Airbus A320 -200 (MSN8028) will join the JetSMART's fleet, which will be named Gaviota Austral, and registered as CC-AWE. With this delivery, the number of the aircraft in JetSMART's fleet will reach five.

JetSMART started its flights in June 2017, and will launch its first international route on December 20, between Santiago de Chile and Lima, Jorge Chávez International Airport.



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