STARLUX Orders Five Airbus A350Fs & Three A330neos

STARLUX Orders Five Airbus A350Fs & Three A330neos
Photo Credit: Airbus.

Earlier this morning, Airbus disclosed an order at the Singapore Airshow with STARLUX for five A350Fs and three A330neos.

Such an order represents a boost to both programs, as the strategy to continue acquiring new sales continues.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

STARLUX Orders Five Airbus A350Fs & Three A330neos…


STARLUX Orders Five Airbus A350Fs & Three A330neos
Photo Credit: Airbus.
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Commenting on this order was STARLUX CEO Glenn Chai:

“STARLUX Airlines has continuously nurtured the cargo market since its inception, capitalising on the strategic advantages offered by Taiwan’s geographical location”.

“With this order, STARLUX will become the first Taiwanese airline to operate the next-generation A350F widebody freighter. In an era of climate change, the A350F has unbeatable efficiency in terms of fuel burn, CO2 emissions, and economics, offering significant energy-saving and carbon reduction benefits.”

“It not only meets customer requirements for carbon reduction but also aligns with STARLUX’s ESG plan to achieve zero emissions by 2050.”

“Additionally, the three new A330neos will strengthen our fleet advantage and provide greater flexibility for passenger operations.”

Adding to this was Benoît de Saint-Exupéry, Airbus EVP Sales, Commercial Aircraft:

“We love working with STARLUX Airlines in building and strengthening its fleet”.

“Operating both the latest generation Airbus single aisle and widebody aircraft brings the airline enormous benefits.”

“It significantly reduces fuel consumption and carbon emission and offers unrivalled levels of technical commonality, benefits in maintenance and training.”

“The A350F, the only new generation large freighter, will fit seamlessly into this all-Airbus fleet and enable STARLUX Airlines to compete effectively with the leading players in key cargo markets.”

All eyes on whether anymore orders will be unveiled by Airbus at the Singapore Airshow this week.

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