JetBlue Orders 60 A220-300s and converts 25 A320neo orders to larger A321neo

(Image: Airbus)
(Image: Airbus)

America’s JetBlue is the first customer for the newly-rebranded Airbus A220 aircraft, signing a Memorandum of Understanding for 60 firm orders for the larger A220-300 model.  In addition, the airline has converted 25 of its current orders for Airbus A320neo aircraft into orders for the larger A321neo.  JetBlue’s A321neos and A220s will be powered by Pratt & Whitney GTF engines.

The airline’s CEO, Robin Hayes, commented: “We are evolving our fleet for the future of JetBlue, and the A220-300’s impressive range and economics offer us flexibility and support our key financial and operating priorities.

“As JetBlue approaches our 20th anniversary, the A220, combined with our A321 and restyled A320 fleet, will help ensure we deliver the best onboard experience to customers and meet our long-term financial targets as we continue disciplined growth into the future.”

Airbus manufactures, markets and supports A220 aircraft under the recently finalized C Series Aircraft Limited Partnership” (CSALP) agreement.