Monday, 24 November 2014

Frontier's Airbus Order.

Frontier Airlines orders nine A321ceo Aircraft!
Frontier began its transition to an all-Airbus fleet when it took delivery of its first Airbus aircraft during 2001. The Airbus single-aisle family of jets has allowed the US airline to expand its route network whilst minimizing operating costs. They currently operate a fleet of some 35 A319ceo and 20 A320ceo aircraft. 

Including the order earlier today, Frontier now has a backlog of 89 Airbus single-aisle aircraft. “We continue to come back for more A320 Family aircraft because they fulfil our mission of providing low fares through low operating costs,” said David Siegel, Frontier Airlines CEO.

"The A321 is a natural fit with our unique brand of Low Fares, Done Right and will continue to help meet our customers’ expectations for a safe and reliable travel experience while allowing us to provide low fare service to more of the country.”

“Frontier has made its mark in this business by recognizing the dual importance of cost and service to a low fare airline,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer Customers. “Minimising expenditure while maximizing customer satisfaction can be a challenge, but the A320 Family has proven time and time again that it is the optimal solution.”

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