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Jazeera Airways takes delivery of third Airbus A320neo

Posted 2 December 2019 · Add Comment

Jazeera Airways took delivery of a new Airbus A320neo aircraft which landed at Kuwait International Airport on the evening of Saturday, November 30.

 

This is the third A320neo to join the airline’s fleet and the second to be delivered in 2019. The airline has one more A320neo on order to be delivered before the end of the year.

As its predecessors, the latest A320neo incorporates the CFM LEAP-1A engines, fuel-saving wingtip devices known as Sharklets, and significant reduction in engine noise and CO2 emissions below the current industry standard.

Jazeera Airways today operates a fleet of 12 Airbus aircraft, nine of the A320 model and three of the A320neo model.

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