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Azores Airlines to retire the last Airbus A310

SATA Internacional Airbus A310-304 CS-TGV (msn 651) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 900159.

Azores Airlines tomorrow (October 15) will operate the last Airbus A310 revenue flight with CS-TGV.

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The airline made this short announcement on social media:

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On October 15, the last aircraft of Azores Airlines’ A310 fleet makes its last flight.

It is a 19-year cycle, almost two decades to transport thousands of passengers to the most diverse destinations.

Thank you to all who caressed this distinguished fleet!

Note: The Airbus A310 fleet did not receive the name and livery change to Azores Airlines due to the pending retirement of the last A310.

Top Copyright Photo (all others by the airline): SATA Internacional Airbus A310-304 CS-TGV (msn 651) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 900159.

SATA Internacional Airbus A310-325 CS-TKN (msn 624) AMS (Ton Jochems). Image: 913257.

Above Copyright Photo: SATA Internacional Airbus A310-325 CS-TKN (msn 624) AMS (Ton Jochems). Image: 913257.

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Bottom Copyright Photo: SATA Internacional Airbus A310-304 CS-TGV (msn 651) YYZ (TMK Photography). Image: 904604.

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Azores Airlines to resume seasonal service to Providence

Azores' first Airbus A321neo, in a special "Breathe" livery

Azores Airlines on June 8, 2018 will resume weekly summer seasonal service from Ponta Delgado to Providence, RI.

The route will be operated with Airbus A321 aircraft.

Copyright Photo: Azores Airlines Airbus A321-253N WL CS-TSF (msn 7972) (Breathe) LIS (Ton Jochems). Image: 940745.

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ALC delivers the first Airbus A321neo to Azores Airlines

 

Azores' first Airbus A321neo, in a special "Breathe" livery

Air Lease Corporation (ALC) on December 14, 2017 announced that Azores Airlines-SATA International (Portugal) received its first new Airbus A321neo aircraft.  This aircraft is the first of six CFM Leap 1A engine-powered A321neos to be delivered to Azores Airlines from ALC’s order book with Airbus.  The next five A321neos will deliver between now and early 2021.

The pictured Airbus A321-253N D-AVYI became CS-TSF (msn 7972) on the handover. The airliner is painted in a special “Breathe” livery.

The airline, fully owned by SATA (Sociedade Açoreana de Transportes Aéreos) becomes the first Portuguese operator to receive a member of the A320neo Family.  By way of an extensive transatlantic network, these aircraft will connect Portugal and Azores to cities in the United States and Canada, in addition to major Western European cities.

The six new ALC A321neo aircraft will progressively replace Azores’ aging Airbus A310s on routes from Azores to the USA and Canada as well as on the airline’s high frequency network to Portugal and Western Europe.

Photo: Azores Airlines Airbus A321-253N WL CS-TSF (msn 7972) (Breathe) LIS (Ton Jochems). Image: 940745.

Azores Airlines to expand trans-Atlantic operations with new Airbus A321s

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Azores Airlines, which is fully owned by Sociedade Açoreana de Transportes Aéreos (SATA), is modernizing its short-haul and trans-Atlantic fleet with the Airbus A321neo and by 2019 with the longer range A321LR. The decision follows a growth strategy to expand into new trans-Atlantic routes.

Azores Airlines (SATA) has been an Airbus customer since 1999 operating seven A310, A320 and A330 Airbus aircrafts across Europe, Canada and North America.

According to Airbus, The A321LR, the latest member of the market leading A320neo Family, will be able to fly longer routes of up to 4,000 nm. The A321LR will provide additional flexibility as it will have the longest range of any single aisle airliner, making it ideally suited to transatlantic routes and enable airlines to tap into new long haul markets which were not previously accessible with current single aisle aircraft. First deliveries will start in 2019.

Image: Airbus.

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