Air Vanuatu has chosen Airbus A220 for fleet expansion
Air Vanuatu, the national company of the Vanuatu State of the Pacific, has signed a firm order for 4 A220 aircraft (2 x A220-100 and 2 x A220-300). Air Vanuatu will be the first customer in the Pacific region with A220 in the fleet.
Air Vanuatu is based at Bauerfield International Airport in Port Vila and flies to 26 from regional and international destinations, including to Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and New Caledonia.
Vanuatu Air has Airbus A220 wings
He started his activity in 1987, playing an important role in the development of tourism in Vanuatu. Currently, the fleet consists of Boeing 737 and ATR 72 aircraft.
By choosing the A220, Air Vanuatu makes a significant investment in advanced technology and superior passenger comfort. At the same time, opting for an efficient and "environmentally friendly" aircraft.
The Airbus A220 model has tightened orders for 520 aircraft, with all the chances to impose itself on the 100-150 passenger segment. Airbus has estimated this market to over 7000 new aircraft for the next 20 years.