Basel: Chair will fly with the A2021 from the end of October 320

Photo: Chair Airlines.
Photo: Chair Airlines.

Basel: Chair will fly with the A2021 from the end of October 320

Photo: Chair Airlines.
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The airline Chair is currently planning to use the Airbus A320 in commercial flight operations from October 31, 2021. The machine serves as a replacement for the A319 that was badly damaged during maintenance work.

According to CH-Aviation.com, nothing is known about the identity of the future fleet member. The company informed the portal that they are not ready yet. So far, the capacity of the missing Airbus A319 has also been compensated with the help of a Boeing 49-737 operated by 800 percent shareholder Enterair.

The Chair fleet will in future consist of two A319s and one A320. According to CH-Aviation.com, the new addition will be deployed from Basel in the direction of Pristina from October 31, 2021. According to the current planning status, this model will be used between Zurich and Palma in the 2022 summer flight schedule.

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