The 3 year young A320-200, registered G-POWK, arrived at the carrier’s London Stansted base on Monday 26th January fresh from the paint shop. Air Livery, Manchester, were responsible for the application of Titan’s new livery, a design rolled out for the first time at the end of last year. The new look, featuring the airline’s signature black, silver and orange colour palette, is a more streamlined version of the previous livery design.
With the arrival of G-POWK, Titan Airways’ fleet now comprises 2 Airbus A320’s, a Boeing 767, 2 Boeing 757’s, 3 Boeing B737’s and a Cessna Citation CJ2+. The carrier will take delivery of a third Airbus A320 in the spring and intends to add further Airbus types in the next 12 months.
Alastair Kiernan, Titan Airways Commercial Director, explains: “We are currently in a process of fleet renewal and we believe the Airbus product is the way forward for us. The aircraft are economical to operate, and provide our customers with a modern, bright and comfortable cabin space.”
The new arrival will be available in 12 business and 138 standard seats from mid February. It will be reconfigured to 168 seats – including 13 rows which convert from 6 abreast to 4 abreast - in April.
Based at London Stansted, G-POWK will be available for ad hoc charter requirements including rapid-response airline sub-charter, corporate events, music and film industry needs, private engagements, tour operator requests and cruise charter flights.