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American Airlines Can’t Get Enough: Orders 85 More A321neos to Keep Flying High and Eco-Friendly

Toulouse, France/Herndon, Virginia, March 4, 2024 – In what could be dubbed as a shopping spree in the skies, American Airlines has again reached into its deep pockets, pulling out a firm order for 85 additional A321neo aircraft. This latest acquisition balloons its total A321neo fleet to a whopping 219 planes, making it the envy of airline collectors everywhere.

American Airlines’ CEO, Robert Isom, shared his excitement, stating, “Over the last ten years, we’ve been on a modernization marathon, transforming our fleet into the youngest and arguably the most dashing among U.S. network carriers.” Isom further noted, “These new additions are like jet fuel for our fleet renewal strategy, ensuring we continue to lead the pack with a network that’s as reliable as it is enviable.”

Benoît de Saint-Exupéry, EVP Sales for Airbus, couldn’t hide his enthusiasm either, remarking, “The A321neo is like the Swiss Army knife of the skies—versatile, efficient, and indispensable.” He added, “American Airlines’ ongoing infatuation with our A321neo further cements its status as the single aisle sweetheart, perfectly blending American charm with European efficiency.”

Since welcoming its first A321neo in February 2019, American Airlines has taken delivery of 70 of these modern marvels as of January 31, 2024. Proudly wearing the crown as the world’s largest operator of A320 Family aircraft, the airline also boasts the title of the largest A321neo aficionado in North America.

The A321neo, a jewel in the Airbus crown, dazzles with new generation engines and aerodynamic Sharklets, slashing noise by 50% and fuel consumption along with CO₂ emissions by more than 20% compared to its older siblings. This makes it not only a crowd-pleaser but a planet pleaser too. With over 6,100 A321neos already snapped up by more than 90 customers worldwide, it’s clear that American Airlines isn’t the only one with a crush on these eco-efficient flyers.

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