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Bingo wings in with charter flight connections to North Africa

Posted 29 May 2012 · Add Comment

Bingo Airways, a new Polish charter airline, has started flight operations with its first Airbus A320 aircraft and the MENA region is among its first targets

The fleet will grow to three aircraft by the end of 2012. The new A320s, powered by IAE V2500 engines, are configured in an all economy 180 seat configuration.

The airlines’ network is focused on flights to the Mediterranean (Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Spain and Tunisia). Bingo Airways’ bases in Poland will be Warsaw Chopin and Katowice Airports.

 “We are extremely happy with the decision to use A320 family aircraft, which give us a competitive advantage over our main competitors on the Polish charter market.  The A320 gives us optimal capacity and range capability as well as superior comfort for our passengers, which is a key to our strategy”, said Marek Sidor, CEO of Bingo Airways.

“We are delighted to welcome Bingo Airways as a new Airbus operator. The A320 has the widest most comfortable cabin and the best performance of any single-aisle aircraft. Passengers love it and operators love it too,” said John Leahy, Airbus chief operating officer, customers.


 

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