Turkish Airlines takes delivery of Airbus A350 from ABL Aviation

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Turkish Airlines has recently received an Airbus A350-900 aircraft from ABL Aviation, a prominent global full-service aircraft asset management firm.

This transaction was made possible through a Japanese operating lease with a call option (JOLCO) facilitated by ABL Aviation’s Japanese partner.

First of three A350 deliveries

The new acquisition also marks the management company’s first delivery of an A350-900 to Turkish Airlines.

Two additional deliveries are anticipated in the upcoming weeks, demonstrating the airline’s growing demand for long-haul flights and the aviation industry’s increasing focus on sustainability.

As a renowned airline known for delivering exceptional travel experiences, Turkish Airlines further bolstering of its A350 line furthers its commitment the more environmentally friendly and efficient ‘next generation’ aircraft.

This decision A350 also underscores the airline’s ambition to strengthen its aircraft lineup with cutting-edge models that align with its long-term operational goals.

Ali Ben Lmadani, the CEO of ABL Aviation, expressed his delight in partnering with the Turkish flag carrier, stating, “We are extremely proud to enter into this significant agreement with Turkish Airlines, a trailblazer in the aviation industry.”

“This collaboration reaffirms our dedication to offering innovative aircraft solutions to leading airlines worldwide, fulfilling their operational needs while contributing to a more sustainable future for global aviation.”

This milestone agreement marks a significant stride towards achieving shared objectives, particularly with the Airbus A350 meeting the industry’s growing demand for more fuel-efficient aircraft.

The A350-900

The Airbus A350-900 is an advanced wide-body aircraft renowned for its cutting-edge technology and environmental performance. It incorporates numerous innovative features that enhance fuel efficiency, reduce emissions, and provide a superior travel experience for passengers.

With its state-of-the-art design and aerodynamics, the A350 offers significant fuel savings compared to previous generation aircraft.

Passengers can expect an elevated level of comfort on board the A350. The aircraft’s spacious cabin is designed to enhance passenger well-being during long-haul journeys.

From larger windows that allow natural light to fill the cabin to reduced noise levels and advanced air filtration systems, every aspect of the A350’s interior is thoughtfully crafted to ensure a pleasant and relaxing travel experience.

The A350’s advanced technology also extends to its cockpit, where pilots benefit from the latest avionics systems and enhanced situational awareness tools.

These features contribute to safer and more efficient operations, allowing pilots to navigate various weather conditions and optimize flight paths for minimal fuel consumption.

In addition to its exceptional performance and passenger comfort, the A350 places a strong emphasis on sustainability. With its state-of-the-art engines and lightweight composite materials, the aircraft reduces carbon emissions and noise pollution, making it a greener and quieter alternative for long-haul flights.

The A350’s commitment to environmental responsibility aligns with Turkish Airlines’ dedication to sustainable aviation practices.

Turkish Airlines’ acquisition of the Airbus A350-900 from ABL Aviation not only reflects the airline’s commitment to staying at the forefront of the aviation industry but also signifies its dedication to providing passengers with an unparalleled travel experience.

By integrating cutting-edge aircraft models that prioritize comfort, efficiency, and sustainability, Turkish Airlines is poised to meet the evolving needs of its customers while minimizing its impact on the environment.

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