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Avion Express Extends its Partnership with SunExpress for 2022 Summer Season

Issue 12 - 2022
Avion Express Extends its Partnership with SunExpress for 2022 Summer Season

Leading global ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, and Insurance) operator, Avion Express, has announced that the company will be continuing its partnership with SunExpress for the summer season of 2022. During the season, Avion Express will damp-lease 6 aircraft to operate on behalf of Sun Express in the Antalya Airport (AYT) base.

The pent-up travel demand that has been continuing since last year, brought sky-rocketing holiday booking numbers for the current summer season. The continuation of the partnership between Avion Express and SunExpress reflects that and will aid in meeting the demand. 

Avion Express is the leading narrow-body ACMI and charter operator operating Airbus A320 family aircraft and a family member of Avia Solutions Group – a leading aerospace services group. For over 17 years, Avion Express has established long-term partnerships with clients across the globe, moving 2.8 million passengers annually. 

SunExpress is a joint airline venture of Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines. This summer season, the airline has been flying to 15 cities in Turkey, including, Antalya, Konya, and Mardin, as well as international destinations, which include Beirut, Milan, Nantes, Manchester, Tel Aviv, Budapest, and Skopje.

“We are extremely proud to continue our relationship with SunExpress and provide additional capacity for summer 2022. We are also excited to be back to and be based in one of the busiest destinations of summer in Europe – Antalya, and experience summer operations in full swing. I would like to thank both teams for hard work, dedication, and cooperation up to now and I am sure summer 2022 will be fruitful for both airlines,” says Avion Express Vice President Commercial Dainius Staniulis.


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