Titan Airways has announced that it will add two Airbus A321LR aircraft to its fleet in 2020. The A321LR jets are expected to enter service in autumn and will replace the airline’s Boeing 757-200s.
According to the charter airline, the cabin outfitting will be conducted by Airbus Corporate Jets. Titan Airways’ A321LRs will have a single-class layout with 195 standard seats and a two-class layout, with 16 premium seats and 168 standard seats.
The British airline currently operates Boeing 757-200 and 767-300 aircraft. Furthermore, Airbus A318, A320 and A321 are also part of its fleet. Besides the passenger aircraft, Titan Airways Cargo has two 737-400F.
Titan Airways plans to retire its older Boeing jets and to become an all-Airbus operator. The carrier will replace its Boeing 767-300s by Airbus A330s, which will arrive in spring.
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