From the cockpit: Titan Airways A321 to the Alps

Thomas Haynes goes behind the scenes with Titan Airways to find out how the UK-based airline operates a typical ski season charter flight. From the jumpseat of an Airbus A321, he details a day in the life of the pilots

It’s a Sunday morning in mid-February and Titan Airways Airbus A321-211, G-POWN (c/n 3830), sits on Stand 21 at London/Stansted glistening in the sun after a recent rain shower. The 15-year-old former Nikki twinjet is due to depart for its third rotation of the day to Grenoble Alpes Isère Airport in France on a positioning flight to collect returning skiers.


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