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Delta Air Lines orders 30 additional A-321neo aircraft

They will be powered by next-generation PW1100G turbofan engines -DATA SHEET

Delta Air Lines has ordered 30 additional A-321neo aircraft to help meet the airline’s future fleet requirements. The newly-ordered airplanes are in addition to the carrier’s existing orders for 125 of the type, bringing the outstanding orders to a total of 155 units.

The carrier's A-321neos will be powered by next-generation Pratt & Whitney PW1100G turbofan engines. Equipped with total seating for 194 customers with 20 in First Class, 42 in Delta Comfort+ and 132 in the Main Cabin, Delta’s A-321neos will be deployed primarily across the airline’s extensive domestic network, complementing its current A-321 fleet of more than 120 aircraft. The airline is slated to receive the first of its 155 A-321neo plane early next year.

Many of carrier’s A-321neos will be delivered from the Airbus US Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama. The airline has taken delivery of 87 US-manufactured aircraft since 2016.
As of the end of July, Delta’s fleet of Airbus aircraft numbered 358, including 50 A-220, 240 A-320 Family members, 53 A-330 widebodies, and 15 A-350 XWB aircraft.

The technical data sheet of the A-320neo plane is attached to this AVIONEWS.

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AVIONEWS - World Aeronautical Press Agency