Leisure International Airways is to accelerate the delivery of its fleet of four Airbus A321-200s. The charter airline, owned by the Unijet travel group, received the first aircraft in May and started commercial services on 12 May. The original plan was to introduce the aircraft at the rate of one a year through to 2000 as replacements for leased A320s. Now, however, the airline plans to introduce two further A321s in the second quarter of 1998 and a fourth in 1999.

Source: Flight International