Versatile Cabin Increases Demand for Boeing 757

Posted: Wednesday 18th June 2014

At Titan Airways we are receiving a growing number of requests for our Boeing 757-200.

Thanks primarily to the aircraft’s seating versatility, we are experiencing an increased level of enquiries for a wide range of roles including ad hoc charter flights, airline sub-charter operations and tour operator programmes.

The standard cabin configuration features variable geometry seats which convert from six abreast to four abreast, with the middle seat transforming into a drinks table. This enables us to offer a vast range of configurations between 134 and 202 seats.

For more luxurious charter requests, the aircraft is available in full-business configuration and a variety of split business/standard cabin layouts.

In recent weeks we have operated the Boeing 757 to a whole host of destinations  including: Antalya ; Barcelona; Cayenne; Cologne; Dalaman; Dubrovnik; Egilsstadir; Enfidha; Faro; Kos; Larnaca; Lourdes; Madrid; Mahon; Munich; Muscat; New York; Palma; Pisa; Pristina; Tirana and Trondheim.