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Titan Airways adds A321LRs to its fleet

Posted 17 January 2020 · Add Comment

London Stansted-based charter and airline sub-charter specialist, Titan Airways, is strengthening its fleet in 2020 with the introduction of two Airbus A321LR’s.

Courtesy Titan Airways 

The brand-new aircraft are scheduled for delivery in late summer and will enter revenue service in the autumn, following custom outfitting by Airbus Corporate Jets for maximum passenger comfort in a variety of cabin configurations.
With three ACTs installed, the aircraft has an impressive range of 4,000nm. The A321LR’s represent the future of narrow-bodied long-haul flying for Titan and will ultimately replace the carrier’s Boeing 757-200s.
Titan Airways have opted for a selection of cabin configurations for the new additions, including a single-class layout with 195 standard seats and a two-class layout, with 16 premium seats at the front of the cabin and 168 standard seats at the rear. 

The carrier has chosen Acro’s Series 6 economy seats and Series 7 premium seats from Crawley based Acro (situated next to Gatwick Airport). The ergonomic design of Acro’s seats maximises comfort and living space during long-haul flights and the seats are upholstered in black leather for a sleek modern look. The aircraft will also be operated by Titan on behalf of luxury tour operator TCS World Travel in an all-business configuration with 52 fully lie-flat seats.
The sister aircraft are equipped with state-of-the-art hi-speed WiFi and Airbus‘ OSP in-flight entertainment (IFE) system.

The introduction of the Airbus A321LRs will follow the arrival of a maiden wide-bodied Airbus A330, due for delivery to Titan Airways in the spring, as Titan takes another step towards its objective of a modern all-Airbus fleet.


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