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21 December 2015
Commercial Aircraft

IAG converts 15 A320neo options into firm orders

IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_British Airways
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17 December 2015

IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_British Airways

International Airlines Group (IAG) has firmed up options for 15 A320neo jetliners, which will bring operational and environmental benefits to its airline fleets

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17 December 2015

IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_Aer Lingus

As a further vote of confidence in Airbus’ products, International Airlines Group (IAG) has firmed up options for 15 A320neo (new engine option) jetliners for the holding company’s airline fleets

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17 December 2015

IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_Vueling

International Airlines Group – the parent company of Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling – has converted options for 15 A320neo (new engine option) jetliners into firm orders

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17 December 2015

IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_Iberia

The fleets of International Airlines Group’s (IAG) airlines will benefit from the cost efficiency and environmental performance of Airbus’ A320neo (new engine option) aircraft

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Repeat order broadens operational & environmental benefits to IAG’s airline fleets

International Airlines Group (IAG) has firmed up options for a further 15 A320neos.
“IAG and its airlines are one of Airbus’ most prestigious and loyal customers with fleets and orders covering the full range of our products,” said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer – Customers. “IAG is one of the biggest customers for Airbus single aisle aircraft and demonstrates the preference of our products amongst the world’s leading airlines. We are delighted with IAG’s further vote of confidence in Airbus’ products”.
Incorporating new engines and the latest technologies, the A320neo Family will bring a step-change reduction in fuel consumption of over 15 per cent from day one and 20 per cent by 2020, longer range capability and reduced maintenance costs, as well significantly reduced carbon emissions. Since its launch in 2010 the A320neo Family has won 60 per cent of all new orders for single aisle aircraft with over 100 seats and has been selected by over 75 airlines worldwide.
IAG firms up 15 A320neo orders_British Airways
 

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