An Airbus A321Neo Joins Transavia Airlines Fleet

Transavia Airlines, a European low-cost carrier, has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo on lease from Air Lease Corporation. The airline will lease a total of seven such jets from the lessor. With this aircraft, the airline, part of the Air France-KLM Group, becomes a new Airbus operator of the A321neo. Also, the delivery marks the beginning of Transavia Airlines’ transition to an all-Airbus fleet.

The A321neo delivered, which flew from Airbus’ Hamburg production site using SAF (Sustainable Aviation Fuel) and landed at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport, has 232 seats in a single-class configuration. In addition, the cabin boasts the manufacturer’s XL bins that provide a 40 per cent increase in storage space compared to the previous ones. Also, every seat is equipped with a USB-C port.

The largest member of the Airbus A320neo Family, the A321neo, is powered by twin CFM International LEAP-1A engines. They offer a 50 per cent reduction in noise and 20 per cent savings in fuel and CO2 emissions over the last-generation single-aisle jet.

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