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Jan 29, 2024

PLAY wins Europe´s youngest fleet second year in a row

PLAY's aircraft flying over a glacial river running through black sands landscapes

PLAY airlines has won the ch-aviation Europe´s youngest Aircraft Fleet Award for the second year in a row. The average aircraft age at PLAY is only 3,51 years. PLAY operates a fleet of 10 Airbus A320/321neo´s. With the young age of its fleet, PLAY shows a dedication to maintain a modern fleet and therefore contributing to fuel efficiency and a safe and reliable journey for its passengers.

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The youngest fleet award has been awarded since 2021 and this is the second year in a row that PLAY wins the award among airlines in Europe.

“PLAY has demonstrated how effectively managing a modern fleet can influence the reduction of CO2 emissions in the aviation industry. Investing in a fleet of young A320-200neo and A321-200neo aircraft illustrates their commitment to tackling future challenges. We appreciate their efforts in winning the "ch-aviation Europe's Youngest Aircraft Fleet Award 2024" for the second consecutive year, “says Thomas Jaeger, founder, owner and CEO of ch-aviation.

“This is a great honour to win this award and is an unbiased conclusion about PLAY´s fleet. With such a modern fleet we have more reliable operations, and the fuel efficiency has a positive outcome on our business. This is also an assurance for our passengers that they will have pleasant and safe journey with us. Which is a good addition to the competitive price we offer on flights to their destinations, “says Birgir Jónsson, PLAY´s CEO.