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United Airlines orders 70 Airbus A321neo aircraft
Posted on 20 Jul 2021 and
US-based United Airlines has placed an order for 70
Airbus/a> A321neo aircraft, thereby growing its presence in the single-aisle market. The new order complements existing orders from United for 50 A321XLR aircraft, bringing the total commitment from the airline to 120 A321 aircraft.
Christian Scherer, Airbus chief commercial officer and head of international, said: “Such a significant order from a great airline like United underscores that the A321neo offers unmatched capabilities, operating economics, and passenger friendliness.
“No other aircraft can do what the A321neo can do, and the Airbus team is most gratified by United’s strong affirmation of its premium status. The A321neo will complement United’s future A321XLR aircraft, together creating a privileged segment on its own.”
Another reason the A321neo is in such high demand globally is that the aircraft provides superior environmental performance with the lowest CO
emissions per seat in its class. The A321neo’s lower carbon footprint will support United along its journey to reduce the airline’s CO
emissions 100% by 2050.
United’s A321neo aircraft will feature Airbus’s Airspace cabin design, which brings a number of ‘passenger-pleasing’ enhancements. Moreover, a significant number of the newly-ordered aircraft will be produced at the Airbus US Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama.
At the end of May 2021, the A320neo Family had won 7,400 firm orders from over 120 customers worldwide.
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