The airline will dump 15% more seats into Europe this summer – and do so with widebody aircraft that executives concede are not ideal for the job.
But starting next year, Transat will begin defending newly-acquired turf with an expanding fleet of efficient Airbus A321LRs.
"Our first goal [is] to increase frequencies so that we are able to protect our market share," Annick Guerard, chief operating officer of Air Transat parent Transat AT, says on 14 June. "We need to take our place in those markets that we see are highly profitable."
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On the longer term, I wonder how many more A321LRs could they add while perhaps in the meantime reducing the A330s fleet?