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Wizz Receives Final Airbus A321ceo

Wizz Air has marked a major milestone in its ongoing fleet expansion programme. In early September, the Hungarian low-cost carrier took delivery of its last new Airbus A321ceo.  This latest arrival marks Wizz’s 119th aircraft, with all subsequent orders to

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Qantas to Become Airbus A321P2F Launch Operator

Australia Post and Qantas have signed an expanded domestic and international air freight agreement to support the growing demand for parcel carriage. The seven-year deal valued at more than AU$1bn, will give access to the flag carrier’s subsidiary, Qantas Freight’s

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Has Delta Received its Last Boeing?

With the delivery of its 130th and final Boeing 737-900, N930DZ (c/n 63539), on June 27, Delta Air Lines accepted what could potentially be its final aircraft from the manufacturer. The Georgia-based carrier has no outstanding orders with the company.

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JetBlue Reveals Plans for Longest Route

US carrier JetBlue has announced details for a new service linking its New York/JFK hub with Ecuador. The first rotation from the Big Apple to Guayaquil/José Joaquín de Olmedo is due on December 5, operating a daily nonstop rotation. Once

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Launch Customer for Airbus A321P2F Conversions

Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), the joint-venture between ST Aerospace (55%) and Airbus (45%), has secured a launch contract from Vallair Solutions Sàrl (Vallair) for its A321 passenger-to-freighter conversion. EFW will convert ten A321-200 passenger aircraft in to a 14-pallet cargo configuration

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Introducing Joon

Air France has officially unveiled its new low-fare offshoot, Joon.  Previously known under the working name Boost, it will launch its first medium-haul services this autumn followed by long-haul flights next summer. According to its parent company, Joon – which

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Delta Alters Airbus Order

Delta Air Lines has agreed a deal for a further 30 Airbus A321ceos and deferred 10 of the 25 A350-900s it had scheduled for delivery between 2019-2020 by “two to three years”.  The Georgia-based carrier says it also retains “additional

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Production of First US-built A320 Begins

Engineers at the Airbus US Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama, have begun production of the first US-built A320. The aircraft is due to be delivered to ultra-low-cost carrier Spirit Airlines this summer. Aircraft production at the site began in July

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Wizz Air Expands its Fleet

Low-cost carrier Wizz Air has agreed to lease two new Airbus A321s and two A320s from Vermillion Aviation Holdings Ireland.  The jets, which are powered by International Aero Engine V2500 engines, are due to be delivered between July and March

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Iran Air Takes Delivery of First A321

Airbus has completed the handover of the first A321 to Iran Air.  The historic moment came in Toulouse on January 11 and is the first airframe from a 100-strong order placed by the carrier in December.  The aircraft is registered EP-IFA

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