Airlines  T’way Air plans to add A330 for post-COVID environment     

  T’way Air plans to add A330 for post-COVID environment     

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T’way Air the South Korean low-cost carrier plans to add the first Airbus A330 wide bodies to its fleet. The airline currently operates a monogamous fleet of Boeing 737 Family aircraft.

T’way Air which operates the fleet of 27 Boeing 737-800 jets, each of them configured to fly 189 passengers onboard, revealed its plans to deploy 3 additional Airbus A330-300 jets which typically seat 250-290 passengers in a 3-class configuration.

The carrier expects to change its status of the “all-Boeing” airline by February 2022, when three A330s would be added to the company’s fleet.

The news regarding the expected changes in the airline’s fleet comes along with the end of the training center construction process. The construction work of the new training facility started in 2018, after the low-cost airline and CAE expanded its pilot training agreement. This means that the carrier will soon be able to conduct the flight crew and cabin crew training to operate the type at the cargo terminal of Seoul Gimpo International Airport (GMP), South Korea.

The carrier first revealed its plans to expand its fleet by adding Airbus A330 jets in December 2020.

Joan Kifuko
Joan Kifuko is a communications enthusiast that is currently working as a writer at The Aviator magazine where you find your aviation news in one place. She is a journalist that has previously worked as a sales associate, guest relations officer, brand ambassador hence, the love for new adventures and roles. Joan graduated with a Bachelors degree of science in journalism.

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