Small Planet Airlines, a leisure airline whose primary clients hail from European countries like Poland, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, and Great Britain, works in conjunction with some of the largest holiday operators to fly passengers during the summer season to some of the great holiday vacation countries in the world such as Spain, Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece. Small Planet Airlines moves their fleet to the Asian region during the winter season and also organizes private reserved flights for athletes, celebrities and national delegates. Small Planet Airlines’ fleet comprises of about 21 Airbus aircrafts that include the Airbus 321 and Airbus 320.
Director of Small Planet Airlines, Vytautas Kaikaris notes that as Small Planet has grown over the years there have been growing demand for the airline to fly larger aircrafts to better suit the needs as well as increase the efficiency of flight scheduling for the customer. The removal of the Boeing 737-300 aircraft as well as upgrades to the cabins of the new larger aircrafts will distinguish and separate the airline from other leisure airlines in Europe. Most notable of the upgrades include the wireless internal network AirFi, new Recaro seats and custom LED lighting will be implemented this winter with more changes coming in the following summer.
The gradual phasing out of the 737-300 has already began with the replacement Airbus 320 aircraft set to take its place. Small Planet Airlines is proud to be an official Airbus operator now and plans to continue the overhaul of its fleet by introducing a whole fleet of Airbus 320 and Airbus 321 by the end of next year. This move by Small Planet Airlines to switch from the Boeing 737-300 to the Airbus 320 and 321 was prompted by the airline’s desire to maximize capacity for its most popular routes as well as increasing the customer satisfaction in terms of comfort.