JetBlue Airways has ordered Airbus A321XLR and A220-300
The new model launched at the Paris Air Show, on its behalf Airbus A321XLR, is enjoying success among the air carriers. JetBlue Airways has converted 13 A321neo aircraft to A321XLR. And, while still shopping, JetBlue Airways confirmed an order for 10 A220-300 aircraft.
JetBlue Airways, a low-cost airline based in New York, will integrate A321XLR and A220-300 into its network of routes to a variety of destinations.
Airbus A321XLR and A220-300 for JetBlue Airways
Currently, JetBlue operates a fleet of 193 of A320 and A321 aircraft. And it has commands for 85 x A321neo and 60 x A220-300.
In April, JetBlue converted 13 A321neo aircraft to A321LR (Long Range). And now he has converted other 13 A321neo aircraft into A321XLR, the next evolutionary step from the A321LR model.
A321XLR will contribute to the expansion of the operational network with long flights up to 8700 kilometers. And it's not excluded to see JetBlue Airways on transatlantic flights to destinations across Europe.