Spanish low-cost carrier Volotea plans to increase the pace of its re-fleeting plans, which include switching from Boeing 717s to Airbus A319s in 2017, as it moves toward an all-European fleet over the next few years. The airline, which specializes in linking secondary and tertiary European cities, said it had taken four A319s on strength this year, but anticipated acquiring a further six in 2017. By the end of next year, its fleet will consist of 18 717s and 10 A319s. The Barcelona-based ...

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