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jetBlue says it has amended its purchase agreement with Airbus Industrie to bring thirty additional A321 aircraft into its fleet over a seven year period beginning next year.
Under the terms of the amendment, the LCC will take delivery of fifteen A321ceo beginning with five in 2017, four in 2018, and six in 2019. Then, beginning in 2020, it will take delivery of the first three of fifteen A321neo followed by four more in each of 2021, 2022, and 2023.
Effective 2019, jetBlue will also have the option of converting all of its A321neo orders to the type’s LR (Long Range) variant.
“The additional aircraft will allow JetBlue to capture an opportunity to position itself as the carrier of choice in transcontinental markets with a targeted approach that leverages its east coast strength,” it said.
The LCC has an additional twenty five A320neo on order from the Europeans alongside eleven A321ceo and forty five A321neo.
At present, jetBlue’s fleet entails 130 A320-200s, twenty-nine A321-200s, and sixty EMB-190s.
LATAM announced that it will use its maiden A320neo to operate domestic Brazilian flights initially.
The LATAM Airlines Group unit said in a statement that it would use PT-TMN (cn 7126) to service the following destinations: Brasilia, São Paulo Guarulhos, São Paulo Congonhas, Rio de Janeiro Int’l, Curitiba, Porto Alegre, Belo Horizonte Tancredo Neves, Salvador, Florianopolis, Belém, Vitória, Recife, Goiania, Joao Pessoa, Cuiabá, Campo Grande, Porto Seguro, Campinas Viracopos, and Natal Augusto Severo.
Particular focus will be placed on trunk routes from São Paulo Guarulhos to Recife and Salvador, it said.
LATAM Airlines Brasil is slated to take delivery of twenty-two A320neo in total.
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