Pekka Vauramo, Finnair’s President and CEO, says the airline is scouting for additional A321s to add to its regional European fleet.
Vauramo, on the sidelines of the ongoing IATA AGM in Dublin, said to Reuters that any decision on adding more A321s would be dependent on fuel prices and market conditions.
The Finnish carrier has six A321-200(SL) due for delivery starting from the first half of 2017 from Singapore’s BOC Aviation. The aircraft will be used to increase the number of passengers using Helsinki Vantaa as the gateway to Asia and vice versa. It already operates 11 A321-200s.