On 29 April, U.S.-based JetBlue Airways has taken delivery of its first of 13 A321LR aircraft featuring Airbus’ new Airspace interior.
The A321XLR is an ideal replacement for the older and less-efficient aircraft operating in company’s intercontinental network.
Checking in at Brussels Airport (BRU) Walking around Concourse B. The terminal welcomes many daily US flights. Brussels Airlines Airbus A330 waiting for its passengers. Morning rush hour is forming a queue towards the active runway. Brussels Airlines A320 Trident, a special livery celebrating the national football team – The Red Devils, seen here being […]
Following the very positive feedback from the market, Airbus has launched the A321XLR to complement its best-selling A321neo family.
Elbe Flugzeugwerke (EFW), the joint venture between ST Aerospace and Airbus, announced on 7 February that it has secured a launch contract from Vallair for its A321 passenger-to-freighter (P2F) conversion solution.
Ten Airbus A321LR aircraft will be joining the fleet of Canadian airline Air Transat, making it the first North American operator of the longest-range single-aisle aircraft in the world. Air Transat will lease the aircraft through a deal with AerCap, and plans entry into service starting in 2019.
Spotting at Madeira Airport (FNC) The Funchal ramp in the morning with TAP and easyJet Airbuses getting ready for the next flight. Luxair Boeing 737 turning for finals… …and rolling out after a touchdown. Observation deck of the Madeira Airport (FNC). Details of easyJet A319 getting ready for the next flight. Luxair’s Boeing 737 is […]
easyJet announced on May 16 that it has reached an agreement with Airbus to convert 30 current A320neo orders to A321neo aircraft with a 235 seat configuration, with the first delivery expected in Summer 2018. This is part of the existing easyJet Airbus framework agreement signed in 2013.
Following a comprehensive flight test programme, the A321neo powered by CFM International’s LEAP-1A engines has been granted joint Type Certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Delta Air Lines received its first delivery of an A321 aircraft from the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama.