Aigle Azur takes delivery of its first new Airbus A319
The French private airline Aigle Azur has received its first directly purchased brand new Airbus A319 at a delivery ceremony in Hamburg yesterday.
This new aircraft will join Aigle Azur’s fleet of ten A320 Family aircraft, comprising three A319s, three A320s and four A321s. The new A319 will be powered by CFM-56 engines from CFM International.
Aigle Azur carries passengers to major tourist destinations in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean basin and Northern and Western Africa. Founded in 1946, Aigle Azur is the longest established private French airline. The company became an Airbus operator in 2003 and since 2005, Aigle Azur has operated an all Airbus fleet.