Volotea, a Spanish LCC specializing in point-to-point service between Europe’s secondary cities, plans on steady growth in fleet, network and revenues next year. The airline’s fleet is expected to grow to 34 aircraft, chief sales officer Pierfrancesco Carino said Nov. 8 during a press conference in Lyon, France. The fleet will include 16 or 17 Airbus A319s, he said, thanks to the delivery of three used A319s, while acquisition of a fourth A319 has yet to be closed. ...

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