EI-GTZ Airbus A321 Delivered to Privilege Style

                                                           


Spanish ACMI Carrier Privilege Style have taken delivery of their first Airbus A321-200 seen pictured at Dublin Airport on 3rd February prior to delivery, to become EC-NLJ.

The A321's will be used to replace the airline's two Boeing 757-200 aircraft. 

 Privilege Style will acquire two Airbus A321s, beginning with msn 3636. The aircraft was originally delivered to Qatar Airways, is powered by IAE V2533-A5 engines and seats 214 passengers, plus has ETOPS 120.

Initially Privilege Style was looking to replace its fleet of Boeing 757s with two Boeing 737-800s, but not many of that type were available due to the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft.

Privilege Style based in Madrid operates charter flights on behalf of other airlines, tour operators, sports teams and other VIP customers with a fleet of 2 Boeing 757-200 and 1 Boeing 767-300(ER). The carrier recently retired its single Boeing 777-200ER from service. The airline is also looking to add two used Airbus A320s.

Image courtesy of Elevationair

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