As part of the deal, the low-priced carrier also agreed to upgrade a previous order for 10 A320neo jets to the A321neo, it said on Thursday.
Airbus launched a long-range version of its A321neo jet at the Paris Airshow on Monday, aiming to carve out new routes for airlines with smaller planes and steal a march on rival Boeing's plans for a possible new mid-market jet. "By building their future fleet with more A220s and the addition of the A321XLR - the most capable, longest-range aircraft in their categories - JetBlue is signaling a continued commitment to creating new opportunities for people to travel in both comfort and efficiency".
Airbus announced the deal today during the Paris Air Show, revealing that Air Lease Corp.
The deal signals intensified competition in Asia where Boeing this week predicted 40 percent of jets would be delivered over the next 20 years. Qantas has put in a firm order for 10 XRLs and converted an additional 26 existing A320neo family orders to A321XLRs.
Indigo Partners LLC, based in Phoenix, Ariz., has major ownership stakes in four low-priced airlines, including Frontier Airlines (U.S.), JetSMART (Chile), Volaris (Mexico) and Wizz Air (Hungary).
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Flynas, which is partly owned by Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's Kingdom Holding, operates a fleet of 30 A320ceos and 2 A320neos.
"We're giving the market what it's asking for. the A321XLR is the longest range single aisle aircraft - available now", said Guillaume Faury, CEO of Airbus, in a written statement to CNN.
Cebu Air Inc ordered 31 aircraft from Airbus SE worth US$6.8 billion as the Philippines' largest budget carrier targets an all-new fleet in five years.
The shock announcement of a tentative order for 200 737 MAX jets from IAG stunned the industry and frayed an unusual PR truce between the world's largest planemakers after Airbus had publicly supported Boeing over the grounding. The letter of intent Boeing signed with International Air Group (IAG) for 200 MAX jets gave the troubled aircraft maker a much-needed spike in the court of buyer opinion.
"Moreover, Le Bourget saw successes for the A220 which won new business for 85 aircraft, and for the widebody A330neo for which Airbus received orders and commitments for 24 new aircraft". He voiced concerns about trade tensions and the growing risk of a no-deal Brexit.