Canada Jetlines add one further A320 aircraft

A Canada Jetlines Airbus in flight.
Photo Credit: Canada Jetlines

Catering to surging air travel demand, Canada Jetlines Operations Ltd. (NEO:CJET) has introduced one additional Airbus A320-214 narrowbody to its fleet.

This latest aircraft is a further addition to the recent two aircraft A320 acquisition on January 4, 2024, highlighting the airline’s continued fleet expansion and service enhancement.

The Canadian ultra-low-cost airline has plans in hand to expand its fleet complement to 15 aircraft by the end of 2025.

Boosting Operational Capabilities

The recently leased Airbus A320-214, bearing serial number MSN 5661, furthers Canada Jetlines’ strategic push to fortify its position as one of Canada’s premier leisure airlines.

This expansion aims to meet the burgeoning demand for accessible air travel options while ensuring a seamless and reliable journey for passengers.

Anticipated to be in service by the end of Q1 2024, the A320-214 signifies Canada Jetlines’ proactive approach to fleet expansion in the upcoming year.

This move is in keeping with the airline’s overarching mission to deliver dependable and cost-effective travel choices for a diverse range of travelers.

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A Canada Jetlines Airbus on the tarmac.
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Eddy Doyle, the CEO of Canada Jetlines, expressed his enthusiasm, “We are pleased with our strong start to the year as we execute our growth strategy.”

“Canada Jetlines is proud to announce the addition of a new A320-214 aircraft. By doubling our fleet, we offer more travelers reliable and cost-effective options while adding value for our shareholders.”

Fuel Efficiency & Configuration

The A320-214 aircraft is renowned for its exceptional fuel efficiency, cutting-edge technology, and spacious cabin design, promising passengers an elevated travel experience.

Configured with 174 all-economy seating, including 18 expanded legroom economy seats, the aircraft caters to the comfort and preferences of a diverse range of travelers.


Canada Jetlines’ expansion plans include deploying the A320-214 to serve routes to Mexico, Jamaica, Florida, Las Vegas, and charter services.

This strategic move broadens the airline’s reach and positions it favorably in the growing leisure travel market.

Eddy Doyle further added, “We look forward to deploying this aircraft to serve multiple routes, expanding our reach, and serving the growing leisure travel market.”

Canada Jetlines is a Canadian ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario. It currently operates scheduled and charter flights in the Americas and the Caribbean.

The airline launched its inaugural flight on September 22, 2022 from Toronto Pearson to Calgary.

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Canada Jetlines has now doubled its narrowbody fleet, with the planned induction of a further Airbus A320, serial MSN5661.
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