“A few years ago this programme was just a dream of a more sustainable future for aviation. Today we are at the final stage and we finally made it fly.”
Before factoring in cancellations, Airbus’ gross order total as of 31 January 2020 was for 296 aircraft.
Airbus delivered 863 commercial aircraft to 99 customers in 2019, outpacing its previous output record set in 2018 by 8% and marking the 17th consecutive year of increases in production.
The Air Canada A220 features a dual-class cabin with capacity for 137 passengers; 12 in business class and 125 in economy class.
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Latvian airline airBaltic received its 21st Airbus A220-300 at the Airbus aircraft programme’s headquarters in Mirabel, Canada
The A220-300 jet, registered as YL-AAU, is also the 100th of the aircraft type to be produced in Mirabel.
The A319neo with PW1100G engines received its EASA Type Certification. This completes the programme of Type Certifications across the full A320neo Family, comprising: A320neo, A321neo and A319neo – each with P&W PW1100G and CFM LEAP-1A engine options.
The “Connected Experience” from Airbus networks passengers and crew with the aircraft cabin. The app allows passengers to order food or to make contact with a flight attendant. Members of the cabin crew receive important information from the networked cabin, for example the status of overhead lockers or the need to clean a lavatory, and can use their device to regulate temperature, lighting, and music for passengers.