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First US-built A321neo Delivered

Hawaiian Airlines has taken delivery of its first US-produced Airbus A321neo.  The jet, N212HA (c/n 8129), was handed over to the carrier on June 11, and is also the first new engine option aircraft to be completed at Airbus’ US

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Delta Goes with Airbus

Delta Air Lines has placed an order for 100 Airbus A321neo ACF (Airbus Cabin Flex configuration) jets, with options for a further 100.  The Georgia-based carried has selected the Pratt & Whitney PW1133G-JM geared turbofan engines to power the aircraft.

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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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First US-Built A321 for Spirit

One hundred and forty Spirit Airlines employees attended a ceremony at the Airbus US Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama, to celebrate the handover of the carrier’s first US-built A321. The jet, N670NK (c/n 7106), was delivered on September 19 and

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American Airlines Receives its First US-Produced Airbus

Airbus has handed over the second A321 to roll off the production at its Mobile, Alabama manufacturing facility, just three weeks after the first example joined  JetBlue Airways.  The jet, N162AA (c/n 6621), was delivered to American Airlines on May

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Airbus parts US Bound

THE FIRST aircraft components destined for Airbus’ new final assembly line (FAL) in Mobile, Alabama have started their long seaborne journey across the Atlantic.

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