Turkish carrier Atlasjet aims to renew its fleet with 15 aircraft and is eyeing the Airbus A320neo and the Bombardier Cseries.

Atlasjet chairman Murat Ersoy said the carrier has started negotiations with Airbus and Bombardier with a view to adding 15 A320neo or Cseries aircraft.

He added that the carrier plans to sign a contract in June.

"With new generation aircraft, we want to save fuel and have a competitive product on the market," said Ersoy. The airline plans to add the aircraft over the next five years.

Atlasjet also plans to take delivery of three more Airbus A321s in 2011.

Source: Air Transport Intelligence news