Berlin - The German charter operator Sundair will include in its fleet two Airbus A319 for upcoming summer operations. The two aircraft, which were in service with the Chilean Sky Airline are leased from San Francisco-based leasing company BBAM for four years.
The planes are expected to enter into service in March and April. Sundair was founded in 2017 and operates four Airbus A320s at the moment. The airline did not reveal yet where its Airbus A319s would be stationed.
Sundair is headquartered in Stralsund in Northern Germany and operates its flights from Berlin-Tegel International Airport.