On April 12, it has been announced that Aerovista has leased an Airbus A320 from Avolon for Fly2Sky.
This article will cover the details surrounding Aerovista’s lease from Avolon and where the A320 will be operated.
Aerovista Leases an A320 from Avolon
The aircraft in question is a 2010-built Airbus A320 that is powered by two IAE V2527-A5 engines. The aircraft is registered as LZ-FSA and joined the Fly2Sky fleet in late March.
LZ-FSA first started life out with Dragonair in Hong Kong before being transferred to the Cathay Dragon AOC in 2016, when Cathay Pacific consolidated Dragonair into Cathay Dragon as part of the Cathay Pacific Group.
The aircraft then remained with Cathay Dragon until late 2020 where the aircraft then entered long-term storage before joining the Fly2Sky fleet.
This is Fly2Sky’s third Airbus A320, joining their fleet alongside LZ-MDI and LZ-MDK, which are also both under the Aerovista arm, with MDI entering the Fly2Sky fleet in October 2020 and MDK joining in July 2019.
Fly2Sky also operates one Airbus A321 that joined their fleet back in April 2022 and is registered as LZ-MDL. Interestingly, the Airbus A321 is their only CFM-powered aircraft, with all three A320s being IAE powered.
Fly2Sky is a Bulgarian-based charter and ACMI operator that has been around since early 2019 as a group company of Aerovista, and has plans to gradually grow its narrowbody Airbus fleet to continue with its growth plans and capacity needs across its charter and ACMI operations.
Commenting on their latest announcement on the A320 lease from Avolon, Aerovista’s Chief Executive Officer, Jumber Yakobadze has said, “We are excited to see this new aircraft go to our affiliate company Fly2Sky for the future development of their fleet growth plans.”
“We look forward to continue working with Avolon on future transactions and supporting the growth of Fly2Sky Airlines.”