easyJet has ordered 36 aircraft from the Airbus A320 family
easyJet develops year after year and does very well. It is in the 5 consecutive year in profit and does not contain to expand its operational network. But to implement the medium and long term development plan, easyJet still buys airplanes. On 17 November, 2015 signed an agreement with Airbus for 36 of A320 family aircraft (6 x A320ceo and 30 x A320neo), thus reaching 451 of cumulatively ordered aircraft.
In April this year, easyJet celebrated 20 years of flights and 250 of planes (from the A320 family) received. The new airplanes ordered will be equipped similar to those already existing in the low-cost carrier fleet, that is state-of-the-art technologies and Sharklets for fuel economy.
easyJet is a leading low-cost airline in Europe, operating a unique and winning combination of flights between major European airports. Currently, it honors 750 routes between 130 airports in 31 countries.