SKY Express (Greece) (GQ, Heraklion) is planning to add an undisclosed number of A320-200s, according to job advertisements for captains and first officers posted by the Greek airline.

The carrier did not respond to ch-aviation's request for comment about its narrowbody plans.

The airline currently operates a fleet of Avions de Transport Régional turboprops, comprising seven ATR42-500s and five ATR72-500s, connecting Athens Int'l with a host of Greek islands. It also operates a smaller number of routes connecting regional airports directly, bypassing the capital. In the past, its fleet also included Jetstream 41 turboprops, which were retired as of November 2018.

Sky Express's only in-house experience with jet aircraft was between 2008 and 2010 when it briefly operated a single MD-83. The airline has at times wet-leased jet aircraft to boost its capacity or cover for aircraft undergoing maintenance.