On Thursday, LATAM Airlines ordered 17 Airbus A321neo including 13 A321XLR aircraft to expand its route offering further. This new order brings LATAM’s total A320neo order book aircraft to 100. Following Airbus orders with Delta Air Lines and easyJet at Farnborough,...
Lessor Air Lease Corporation (ALC) has submitted suggestions to Airbus on how to overcome safety concerns of the Rear Center Tank (RCT) on the A321XLR, chairman Steven Udvar-Hazy told AirInsight on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Doha this week. ALC suggests A321XLR...
UPDATE – Entry into service of the Airbus A321XLR has slipped by a couple of months from late 2023 to early 2024. The delay is necessary to meet certification requirements, Airbus says in the release of its Q1 results. The airframer also confirmed that it will...
Air Canada announced the selection of Pratt & Whitney GTF engines to power 30 firm and 14 purchase right Airbus A321XLR aircraft. This has been a much-anticpated competition. Pratt & Whitney will also provide Air Canada with engine maintenance through an...
This morning Air Canada announced it is acquiring 26 extra-long range (XLR) versions of the Airbus A321neo. Air Canada cites sufficient range to serve all North American and select transatlantic markets while offering customers added comfort and improving the...
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