Spanish LCC Volotea plans to add six more 156-seat Airbus A319s this summer, as part of a planned transition to a single-type fleet by 2022. Volotea specializes in point-to-point routes between small- to mid-sized cities that are typically too thin to attract the major LCCs. The airline was established by the founders of Spanish LCC Vueling in 2012 and has historically been a Boeing 717 operator. On May 7, Volotea said it had signed new operating-lease agreements for six ...

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