UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines is planning a tender for 45 new leased and purchased aircraft to renew and expand its existing fleet.
Monarch Airlines Boeing 757-200. By Rob Finlayson UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines is planning a tender for 45 new leased and purchased aircraft to renew and expand its existing fleet. The Luton-based carrier operates scheduled flights to holiday destinations in the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands and to ski destinations. Its fleet comprises four Airbus A300-600s, eight A320-200s, 16 A321-200s, two A330-200s and three Boeing 757-200s. Monarch Airlines is scheduled to take ...
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