Over the weekend, Anadolujet rebranded itself to AJet in a new modern look for the Turkish carrier, with growth plans on the way.
The airline, owned by Turkish Airlines, produced a very new look on it’s branding last Friday, with more to come in due course.
Without further ado, let’s get into it…
Anadolujet Rebrands to AJet in New Modern Look…
In a very sleek and beautiful looking livery, the AJet livery consists of a big title, with a small Anadolujet title towards the back of the aircraft, with a modern looking “A” on the tail.
The carrier is quite a large subsidiary already, having 88 aircraft in the fleet, as per data from Planespotters.net. As of 24/11/23, they have the following aircraft:
- 4 Airbus A320-200s.
- 9 Airbus A320neos.
- 7 Airbus A321-200s.
- 14 Airbus A321neos.
- 45 Boeing 737-800s.
- 9 Boeing 737 MAX 8s.
Average fleet age of the aircraft in the Anadolujet/AJet fleet is 11.8 years. They are looking to expand this fleet further, however.
As per a report from CH Aviation, the airline is looking to expand it’s fleet by 20 aircraft by 2024, meaning that the fleet could be as high as 108-110 aircraft.
Looking ahead, all eyes will be on the plans for Anadolujet under the new AJet branding, with plenty more routes and aircraft deliveries to be announced in due course.
But for now, all we can do is wait to see what else they have up their sleeve towards the end of the year, as well as going into 2024.
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