May 29, 2024, Las Vegas, Nevada; Nexus Aviation Ventures announced that it delivered MSN 2916, an Airbus A321-200, to BBN Airlines based in Istanbul, Türkiye.

MSN 2916 received its Turkish CAA approval and operates flights out of Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW). BBN is a Turkish airline focused on the ACMI markets. Strategically located in Istanbul, the airline currently operates a fleet of Airbus passenger and cargo aircraft.

 “We are proud to see our aircraft flying over the Turkish skies. This culminates months of work and cooperation with BBN Airlines. Our aircraft is in great hands with the exceptional professionalism of the BBN team.” said Pablo Aguirre, Chief Commercial Officer of Nexus Aviation Ventures.

“We are excited to integrate MSN 2916 into our growing fleet. This addition reinforces our commitment to providing top-tier ACMI services and meeting the dynamic needs of our clients. Nexus Aviation Ventures has been a reliable partner, and we look forward to future collaborations,” said Göksenin Seyhan, Managing Director of BBN Airlines.

About Nexus Aviation Ventures

Nexus Aviation Ventures is a joint venture between AMTRA Aero and Nehalem Aviation Holdings. Nexus is focused on building its portfolio of A321-200 aircraft in both passenger and freighter configurations.

About BBN Airlines

BBN Airlines, which was granted AOC in March 2023 and is based in Istanbul and Antalya, Türkiye, is a dynamic air carrier offering premium ACMI and charter services. With an initial fleet of four high-density Airbus A321s, BBN Airlines quickly entered the ACMI market. The airline also operates two A321-P2F freighters, providing secure and efficient air cargo services. BBN Airlines is dedicated to meeting client demands with trust, care, and a positive approach. BBN Airlines now has a fleet of nine aircraft, including MSN 2916. Earlier this month, the airline also received another A320. Looking ahead, BBN Airlines plans to expand its fleet further, adding one more A321-P2F, aiming to have a total of ten aircraft by the end of this year. This expansion will enhance capacity and address the increasing demand for air travel and transport services, positioning BBN Airlines as a key player in the ACMI and cargo markets.