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Pegasus Airlines Receives First A321neo From Airbus Toulouse FAL

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Airbus has delivered its first aircraft assembled at its newest A320 Family Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, to Pegasus Airlines. The new Pegasus Airlines A321neo marks the first delivery from Airbus’ cutting-edge production facility. Positioned in the former A380 “Jean-Luc Lagardère” building, the assembly line reflects Airbus’ dedication to modernization.… 

Inside Spies Sunclass Airlines New A321neo and A330neo

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The Spies Sunclass Airlines fleet is ready to fly its latest addition—a state-of-the-art Airbus A321neo. This modern aircraft will whisk passengers to a Christmas getaway in Grand Canaria. The A321neo, the longest-fuselage member of Airbus’ popular A320 Family, can comfortably carry up to 244 passengers across distances of up to… 

Inside the Plane: United Airlines’ New A321neo Dazzles

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United Airlines‘ first Airbus A321neo features a dazzling new cabin interior that reflects the airline’s signature style and introduces a range of elevated passenger experience features. United’s Elevated First Class Cabin on A321neo The First Class cabin on United Airlines now showcases the all-new United First seat, specially crafted for… 

Pegasus Airlines Welcomes Its 100th Aircraft, Cumhuriyet

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This Special Aircraft Celebrates the 100th Anniversary of the Republic of Türkiye and Amplifies Pegasus Airline’s Innovative and Sustainable Journey. Pegasus Airlines recently welcomed its 100th aircraft, an Airbus A321neo named Cumhuriyet (Republic). This event marked a historic moment, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Türkiye. The… 

Pegasus Airlines Places Order for 36 New A321neo Aircraft

Pegasus Airlines Orders 36 New Airbus A321neo Aircraft

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As part of its fleet modernization and sustainability strategies, Pegasus Airlines has made a game-changing move by placing an order for 36 new A321neo aircraft from Airbus. This latest procurement brings the airline’s total Airbus orders to 150, reinforcing its ongoing efforts towards environmental conservation, cost savings, and operational efficiency

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