Turkish Airlines leases six more Boeing 737 MAX

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The airline company Turkish Airlines leased from CBD Aviation six Boeing 737 MAX 8 moreover, intended for its subsidiary Anadolujet.

It is still not the giant order of 600 planes mentioned since May by the Turkish national company, but while waiting for the six single-aisle aircraft leased to the subsidiary of Turkish Airlines, based at the airport ofIstanbul-Sabiha Gokcenare already part of CDB’s backlog with Boeing and will be delivered between 2024 and 2025. They will adopt the layout in 189 seats three of the eight units already in service, the other five inherited from S7 Airlines being in 8+168.

AnadoluJet’s fleet already has 45 737-800s, as well as six A320s, four A320neos, six A321s and twelve A321neos at Airbus. As it prepares to obtain its own CTA, AnadoluJet intends to continue its strategy of mixed fleet – its parent company envisioning a fleet of 200 aircraft for it in the long term.

We are proud to collaborate with partners such as CDB Aviation in our quest for excellence. Adding these aircraft to AnadoluJet’s fleet will significantly contribute to our goals and enable us to deliver remarkable travel experiences to our passengers. said Levent Konukcu, Chief Investment and Technology Officer, Turkish Airlines.

The company of Star Alliancehas become a leader among airlines in undertaking sustainability initiatives to modernize every step of their in-flight and ground operations. These highly efficient aircraft will enable Turkish to achieve its ambitious sustainability goals by reducing the environmental footprint of its mainline and subsidiary airline operations. added Jie Chen, general manager of CDB Aviation.

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