easyJet planes move on South

The airbus A319, so beloved of the pioneers of bus stop style air flights around Europe, have been all but phased out by the orange coloured airline.

 They have mostly upgraded to the more suitable and much more comfortable Airbus A320.
Those early aircraft may have gone from Europe, but they have not been forgotten.  Instead they have found a new home in the Southern Hemisphere.

Several fly now with the Chilean based Sky Airlinewho operate an efficient walk on walk off service up and down the very thin country’s geographical area.

Still proudly showing their heritage they wear the orange livery inside the cabins and come complete with life jackets still emblazoned with the easyJet logo