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Turkish Airlines disposes of sole ACJ319

Posted 4 September 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Airlines will use the A318-100 it is in the process of acquiring, to replace the A319-100 it currently owns and which it is in the process of selling, reports ch-aviation.

The aircraft is being replaced with a second-hand 2011 model A318CJ, said to be VP-BKG with Hong Kong Jet. The A319 seats 36 passengers in an all-VIP configuration while the A318 will seat nine.

Though operated and maintained by Turkish Airlines, the aircraft are used by the Turkish government for VIP flights.

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