Tag: A320neo

Scoot Takes Delivery of its First A320neo

Scoot, the low cost wing of Singapore Airlines, has taken delivery of its first A320neo in Toulouse, France. Scoot has placed orders for 39 A320neo aircraft under its fleet renewal programme. The new addition complements the airline’s existing fleet of 27 A320ceo Family aircraft. Powered by Pratt and Whitney Pure Power engines, the new aircraft features […]

AerCap Leases, Purchases and Sells 87 Aircraft in Q3 2018

AerCap Holdings has reported its major business transactions during the third quarter 2018. The company has signed lease agreements for 62 aircraft, including 9 widebody aircraft and 53 narrowbody aircraft and purchased 12 aircraft, including 6 Airbus A320neo Family aircraft, 2 Airbus A350s, 2 Boeing 737 MAX 8s and 2 Boeing 787-9s. AerCap executed sale […]

Lufthansa Group Places Order for 27 Airbus Aircraft Worth $3 Billion

The Supervisory Board of Deutsche Lufthansa AG approved the purchase of 27 short-haul and medium-haul aircraft. Purchase options for 24 Airbus A320neo and three A321neo will be converted into firm orders. With this decision, the Lufthansa Group is reacting to the positive market and earnings development and thus ensuring the necessary fleet size in the […]

Airbus Delivers First A320neo to Sky Airline

Chilean low cost carrier and all-Airbus operator Sky Airline has taken delivery of its first A320neo aircraft, on lease from ALC, at a delivery ceremony in Toulouse. Sky Airline’s A320neo is powered by CFM Leap1A engines and has a capacity of 186 passengers, incorporating innovative Space Flex features. The A320neo Family is the aircraft of […]

GoAir Plans to Add 13 A320neo Jets by the End of the Year

Wadia Group-controlled Go Airlines India Ltd plans to take delivery of 13 additional Airbus A320neo jetliners by the end of December as it gears up to expand domestic services and launch international flights starting with Thailand. The company, which runs the GoAir brand of budget airline, expects the newest A320neo planes to augment its efforts […]

Gulf Air Becomes the First National Carrier to Fly the A320neo in the Region

Gulf Air, the flag carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, took delivery of its first A320neo. The aircraft, powered by CFM LEAP-1A engines, made its maiden journey from Toulouse to Bahrain, landing at the Bahrain International Airport. The aircraft is the first of the 29 A320neo Family aircraft ordered during the 2016 Bahrain International Airshow. […]

First Airbus A320neo with New Lufthansa Design

Lufthansa is receiving another brand new A320neo. The aircraft left the Airbus assembly plant in Hamburg-Finkenwerder on Monday evening. Once the final configuration is completed in Berlin-Schönefeld, this Airbus with the registration D-AINK will operate from Frankfurt. It is the eleventh aircraft of this type for Lufthansa and at the same time the first A320neo […]

Viva Aerobus Firms Up Order for 25 A321neo and 16 A321neo Upconversions

Viva Aerobus, the ultra-low-cost carrier based in Mexico, has firmed up an amendment for 25 incremental A321neo and 16 upconversions of A320neos to A321neos to their existing purchase agreement. This latest order brings the all-Airbus operator’s total orderbook to 80 A320 Family aircraft and the airline’s total backlog from 36 to 61 aircraft. “Our decision […]

Undisclosed Customer and Lessor Place Order for Up to 200 A320neo Aircraft

Airbus has announced the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding with a leading global lessor for 80 A320neo Family aircraft. Meanwhile an undisclosed customer has penned a Memorandum of Understanding for 25 A321neo and 75 A320neo aircraft. Both agreements were  completed during the Farnborough Airshow. Engine selection will be made at a later date.

Airbus Inaugurates Hamburg’s Fourth Airbus A320 Family Production Line

Airbus has inaugurated the fourth Hamburg, Germany  Airbus A320 Family production line. Making use of digital technologies and a more flexible industrial setup, the innovative state-of-the-art line is a key enabler for ramping up the single-aisle programme to 60 aircraft per month by mid-2019. Frank Horch, Hamburg’s Senator of Economy, Transport and Innovation and Thomas […]