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Titan Airways chooses Hyundai

Titan Airways has purchased a mixture of new Hyundai models as part of the company's fleet renewal programme.

Operating from all major international and regional airports in the UK, Titan Airways will utilise its i20, i800 and i40 Tourers for several purposes including company pool cars, moving cabin crew to airports as well as transport to and from airport buildings and aircraft.

Paul Taylor, business development manager at Titan Airways, said: "The key motivation for us buying Hyundai is that they were one of the very few manufacturers who could supply both small compact hatchbacks and large people carriers.

"Hyundai was chosen on the strength of its product offering and the excellent value for money proposition. We have found that the build-quality is impressive and it proved to be a good fit for Titan Airways. Furthermore, the Hyundai's 5 Year Triple Care warranty package was also a deciding factor in opting for Hyundai."

Titan Airways services its vehicles in-house every six months as a requirement to drive onto the airfield alongside the planes.

Taylor added: "Our supplying dealer, Haddocks Hyundai, has been very professional and able to accommodate our specific requirements in terms of vehicle specification as well as our specific in-house service and maintenance needs."

Martin Wilson, Hyundai Motor UK national fleet sales manager, said: "Titan Airways delivers professional and quality service and our range of models match that too. Our refreshed range of vehicles is ideally suited to fleets because of our class-leading whole-life cost offering.

“Quality, refinement and efficiency are the hallmarks of our new products and we look forward to working with Titan Airways to ensure their new fleet continues to deliver the desired results."
 


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