Saudi Arabia’s Flynas Orders up to 120 A320neo-Family Jets

Saudi Arabian low-cost carrier Flynas has signed an agreement with Airbus covering firm orders and purchase rights for 120 A320neo-family aircraft.

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AirAsia Takes Delivery of Its First A320neo

This aircraft is the 17th A320neo delivered to date. It is also the first CFM International LEAP-1A powered A320neo to be delivered to a customer in Southeast Asia and the second worldwide.

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Air Côte D’Ivoire, the national airline of Ivory Coast, has signed a firm order for two Airbus A320neos and two A320s.

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The delivery makes IndiGo, which is India’s largest airline in terms of passenger numbers, the first A320neo operator in India and in Asia. It also makes IndiGo the second customer, after Lufthansa, to take delivery of an A320neo.

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The A321neo’s maiden flight lasted five hours and 29 minutes, during which tests were performed on both high and low engine speed variation and on systems behavior. Tests were also performed during the first flight to validate the aircraft’s flight envelope.

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Iran Air’s Airbus order was was signed by Farhad Parvaresh, the carrier’s chairman and CEO. It includes 73 Airbus widebody jets and 45 single-aisle aircraft.

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Gulf Air’s new order, which forms a major part of its fleet-renewal strategy, includes 17 A321neos and two additional A320neos as well reconfirming the 10 A320neos the carrier ordered in 2012.

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Lufthansa, the namesake flagship airline of the Lufthansa Group, has taken delivery of the first customer A320neo. The occasion also represents the first delivery of Pratt & Whitney PurePower PW1000G-family geared-turbofan engines to any operator.

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Turkish Airlines has firmed a commitment to order 20 additional Airbus A321neo aircraft, to add to 72 it already had on order.

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Airbus has received joint type certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency and the Federal Aviation Administration for the version of the A320neo single-aisle jet powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM geared-turbofan engines.

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UK-based low cost carrier easyJet has signed a firm order for 36 more Airbus A320-family aircraft, taking its cumulative order for A320-family aircraft to 451.

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The A350-900 replacement deal forms part of a larger fleet-renewal order placed with Airbus by TAP Portugal. The order also includes 15 A320neos and 24 A321neos.

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The order was signed at the Dubai Airshow 2015 on November 10 by Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao, Vietjet’s president and CEO; and John Leahy, Airbus’ chief operating officer, customers.

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IAG’s follow-on order comprises two Airbus A330-300s, two A330-200s and 15 A320neos. Airbus and IAG announced the order on November 9, at the Dubai Airshow 2015.

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Every jet Airbus builds on its new A320-family final assembly line at Mobile in Alabama will be delivered to a U.S. customer, according to Fabrice Brégier, Airbus president and CEO.

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The IndiGo order, which is the largest in Airbus’ history in terms of the number of aircraft involved, was signed on August 15, on the 69th anniversary of India’s becoming an independent nation.

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The A350s and A330s are slated for Iberia’s fleet modernization and to open new long-haul routes, and the A320neos will be allocated to the group’s airlines for fleet replacement, according to Airbus.

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According to Airbus, when Wizz Air firms its memorandum of understanding into a purchase contract, the deal will represent the single largest order for the A321neo.

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At the Paris Air Show on June 17, Airbus has announced commitments from two customers for a total of 122 A320neo-family jets and an order from another for six A321s.

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