easyJet is set to ensure long-term delivery slots for new aircraft by agreeing with Airbus on ‘conditional arrangements’ for 157 A320neo family aircraft for delivery between FY29 and FY34. The airline intends to order 56 A320neo’s and 101 A321neo’s, which are for replacement of A320ceo family aircraft, it said on October 12. easyJet also secured 100 purchase rights.
The low-cost airline still has 158 A320neo family aircraft on existing orders, including the one for 56 that was finalized at the 2022 Farnborough Airshow. 69 aircraft have already been delivered from previous orders. The airline has converted now 35 A320neo’s into A321neo’s. This brings the model split to 90 A320neo’s and 68 A321neo’s for deliveries set to be completed in FY29.
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