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Frontier Airlines to Add 18 Airbus A321XLR Aircraft to its Fleet

Frontier Airlines have announced its intent to convert 18 Airbus A320neo family aircraft on order to 18 Airbus A321XLR aircraft. The A321XLR is Airbus’ newest addition to the A320 family of aircraft and is the longest-range single-aisle aircraft, with unsurpassed fuel efficiency. “Today’s announcement marks another milestone in Frontier’s tremendous growth story,” said Barry Biffle, […]

Flynas Looks to Fly Further with Airbus

Flynas, Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus for 10 A321XLR aircraft, the longest range variant of the A320 thus taking Flynas’s cumulative orders of A320neo Family to 88 aircraft. As part of the commitment, the airline will also upsize 10 of the A320neo it currently has on […]

American Airlines agrees to order 50 Airbus A321XLRs

American Airlines, the world’s largest airline, will acquire 50 Airbus A321XLR aircraft, the new longer-range version of Airbus’ hugely successful A321neo. The purchase agreement includes the conversion of 30 of American’s existing A321neo slots to A321XLRs and incremental orders for an additional 20 A321XLRs. The new model is expected to provide replacements for the airlines […]

IAG backs the A321XLR with an order for 14 aircraft

International Airlines Group (IAG) has selected the A321XLR to expand its fleet of highly efficient single aisles with a firm order for 14 aircraft. Of these, eight are destined for Iberia and six for Aer Lingus. IAG, the parent company of leading airlines also including British Airways, Level and Vueling, is one of Airbus’s largest […]

Middle East Airlines of Lebanon orders four Airbus A321XLRs

Middle East Airlines (MEA), the flag carrier of Lebanon, has signed a firm order for four A321XLRs, making it the launch airline customer of Airbus latest evolution of the winning A321neo family. The agreement takes Middle East Airlines’ cumulative single aisle orders with Airbus to 15 A321neo family aircraft, including 11 A321neos and 4 A321XLRs […]