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A321neo

Czech Airlines Opts for Airbus Duo

Czech Airlines has become the latest customer for the Airbus A220, ordering four examples of the larger -300 variant. The Central European carrier has also upsized a commitment for three A320neos to the A321XLR. Launched at June’s International Paris Air

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First Kazakh A321LR

Air Astana has become the maiden operator of the Airbus A321LR in Russia and the CIS, accepting its first of seven examples on lease from Air Lease Corporation. The Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered jet is the fourth A321neo variant operated

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First Look: AirAsia’s Colourful New A321neo

Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia has offered a sneak peak of its upcoming Airbus A321neo. During a short video posted to the carrier’s social media channels, the new jet is seen in the Airbus paintshop receiving a radical multi-colour look featuring bright

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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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First Look: Aer Lingus Accepts Initial A321LR

Airbus has delivered a maiden A321LR to International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) and its Irish subsidiary, Aer Lingus. The 184-seat jet is the first of eight examples for the carrier, which ordered six A321XLRs at the International Paris Airshow in

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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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A321s Go Transatlantic

TAP Air Portugal has become the first airline to operate transatlantic services with the Airbus A321LR. The carrier used its maiden example, CS-TXA (c/n 8593), to connect Porto and Newark/Liberty on June 1. To mark the occasion, passengers received a

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TAP Air Portugal Receives 100th Aircraft

In accepting its seventh Airbus A330-900 on May 18, TAP Air Portugal’s fleet totalled 100 aircraft. It is the first time in the carrier’s 74-year history that it has reached such a milestone. The widebody, CS-TUI (c/n 1908), has been

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XL Bins Enter Service on American Airlines A321neo

American Airlines has introduced its first Airbus A321neo, N400AN (c/n 8647), on scheduled routes. The aircraft are equipped with an all-new cabin interior which features the larger Airspace XL overhead luggage bins. The US carrier is the launch customer for

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First A321neo For Cebu Pacific

Cebu Pacific has continued its expansion with delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, registered RP-C4118 (c/n 8608). The Philippine low-cost carrier has ordered 32 of the neo examples directly from Airbus and will receive five A320neo leased from Dublin-based lessor

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