Lufthansa’s Eurowings to Take Delivery of 10 Airbus A320ceos

By Jesse Sokolow on 18 September 2014
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A Lufthansa plane in Munich

A Lufthansa plane in Munich

Lufthansa Group announced that it ordered ten Airbus A320ceo (current engine option) aircraft for Eurowings, a regional carrier and subsidiary.

The aircraft will be delivered to Eurowings between 2016 and 2017, and are expected to replace Bombardier CRJ900s currently in the airline’s fleet.

Airbus has approximately 11,000 orders for the A320 family to date, and has delivered over 6,200 of the aircraft.  The planes are single-aisle, and have 18”-wide seats in economy class.

Lufthansa Group is the parent company of various airlines including Lufthansa German Airlines, Swiss International Air Lines, Austrian Airlines, Germanwings, and Eurowings.  The group operates one of the largest A320 fleet in the world, with approximately 300 A320 family aircraft currently in service.

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