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Dubai Airshow: flynas firms up 10 A321XLRs

Posted 20 November 2019 · Add Comment

Saudi Arabia’s first low-cost airline, flynas, has signed a firm order for 10 A321XLRs at the 2019 Dubai Airshow.


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The agreement was signed by Bandar Almohanna, flynas Chief Executive Officer and Christian Scherer Airbus Chief Commercial Officer.

In 2016, flynas signed an agreement for 80 A320neo family and currently operates a fleet of 27 A320ceos and four A320neos.

In 2018, the airline transported more than 6.6 million passengers on 60,000 domestic and international flights. The airline is currently operating over 1,200 flights weekly to 17 domestic destinations and 53 international destinations.

The A321XLR is the next evolutionary step from the A321LR, looking at delivering an extra long range of up to 4,700nm. At the end of October 2019, the A320neo Family had over 7,000 firm orders from over 110 customers worldwide.
 

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