Small Planet Airlines will add Airbus A321 aircraft to its fleet this year to supplement its fleet and replace ageing aircraft.
As part of its drive to add capacity, the airline will add four A321s alongside more A320s.
Vytautas Kaikaris, director of Small Planet Airlines, said: “As a result of development, we have noticed that there is a growing demand for larger aircraft, therefore we decided to use the advantages of one type of Airbus aircraft and offer our clients the possibility to fly in larger aircraft”
The four A321s were built between 2004-2007.
Older Boeing 737-300s will be replaced with the arrival of the new aircraft, leaving Small Planet ultimately with a fleet of 21 Airbus A320/1 family aircraft.