Photo: DKReading Time: 1 minute
German-based leisure airline Sundair has purchased four CFM56-5B engines to power two new Airbus A320ceo aircraft in order valued at $45 million U.S. list price.
- Sundair began commercial operations in 2017 and currently operates a total of four A320ceo aircraft, including the two recently introduced CFM56-5B-powered aircraft.
- The company plans to expand its operations throughout Europe, while providing best-in-class service in the leisure market.
- According to Marcos Rossello, founder and CEO of Sundair, airline aim is to operate fleet in a manner that takes the best advantage of all the benefits CFM56 engines offer, including high reliability and low overall operating costs.