Hawaiian Airlines has received the first A321neo aircraft produced in the USA
On 11 June 2018, the first Airbus A321neo Hawaiian Airlines aircraft was delivered from Airbus headquarters in Mobile, Alabama, USA, being the first to be brought to the US assembly line.
Airbus A321neo Hawaiian Airlines is powered by Pratt Whitney PW2G 1000 engines. The aircraft is part of an order consisting of 16 aircraft of this type.
The first Airbus A321neo aircraft produced in the USA
Hawaiian Airlines currently offers daily A321neo flights from Portland and Long Beach to Honolulu. In the near future, the company will announce new routes between the West Coast of the United States and the Islands of Hawaii, with the help of the 18 aircraft it will receive until 2020.
Airbus A321neo has the lowest operating costs in its class, being 15% more efficient than its predecessor, A321ceo.
Airbus aircraft are assembled at Mobile - Alabama, USA; Hamburg -Germany, Toulouse - France and Tianjin - China.