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IAG Expands Airbus A320neo Fleet

The International Airlines Group (IAG) keeps expanding its fleet by incorporating ten additional A320neo airframes in 2028.

BOC Aviation to Add Seven Airbus A320neos

BOC Aviation, the Singapore-based aircraft lessor, has agreed on a deal with Airbus to add a further seven Airbus A320neo-family aircraft to its portfolio.

Jet2 Announces Airbus A320neo Order

Long-time Boeing operator Jet2 is now looking to Airbus for its future fleet needs.

Anglo-Spanish IAG Orders 37 Airbus A320neo Aircraft

The IAG A320neo orders will be fulfilled between 2025 and 2028 and will be used to replace short-haul fleet aircraft from the A320ceo family.

Condor Orders 41 Airbus A320neo Family Jets

Condor's (DE) post-Farnborough Airshow 2022 order has given Airbus yet another boost.

easyJet Confirms Order for a Further 56 Airbus A320neo

Following shareholder approval, easyJet (U2) has announced a definitive order for 56 A320neo Family aircraft at FIA2022.

Easyjet Confirms Order For 17 Airbus A320neos, Scores 42% Rise In Profits

MIAMI — European low-cost carrier easyjet has exercised its purchase rights of 17 Airbus A320neos today, taking the total combined order to 147 planes, which include 30 A321neos. At current list prices, this conversion is valued $1.8 billion. With today’s

Photos: Spirit Airlines Becomes First U.S. Airline to Receive an Airbus A320neo

MIAMI — This last weekend, ultra-low-cost carrier (ULCC) Spirit Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo (N901NK • MSN 6833) at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport from Hamburg Finkenwerder (via Goose Bay). The Miramar-based carrier became the first airline in

Airbus Wins Big in China with A320neo Order

This massive Airbus-China deal demonstrates the positive recovery momentum and outlook for the Chinese aviation market.

Farnborough: Germania Flips From Boeing to Airbus With Order For 25 A320neos

LONDON — Germania Group announced a firm order for 25 Airbus A320neos Tuesday at the Farnborough Airshow, a deal worth $2.7 billion at list prices ($1.2-1.7 billion applying standard discounts off of list price). The Berlin based low cost carrier

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