Aegean Airlines to Introduce Four Airbus A321LR Aircraft, Aiming for New Markets with Special Configuration

Aegean Airlines (Airbus A321LR)

Aegean Airlines is set to introduce four Airbus A321LR aircraft.

Targeting operations to destinations outside the EU, these aircraft will be capable of flying for up to seven and a half hours. The cabin configuration will also differ from the current setting, expected to have less than 180 seats in two classes. It will feature Wi-Fi, in-flight entertainment for all seats, and business class seats that convert to full flat beds.

The airline plans to take delivery of these aircraft between 2026 and 2027. The anticipated destinations include uncharted territories in the Gulf countries, such as Bahrain, Doha, and Oman, as well as Central Africa regions like Lagos, Addis Ababa, Nairobi, and also parts of Asia including Delhi, Mumbai, Almaty.

Details will be announced at a media event scheduled for the second quarter of this year.

Aegean Airlines has previously ordered 50 Airbus A320neo family aircraft, of which 29 are Airbus A321neos. Out of these, 25 will be received in standard configuration and 4 in a special configuration.

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