ANA Firms Up A321 Order

Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has firmed up an order it placed in January for seven A321 aircraft.

Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) has firmed up an order it placed in January for seven A321 aircraft.

The contract is worth $830m, based on current list prices, and includes three A321neos and four current generation A321 aircraft fitted with sharklets.

The new deal brings ANA’s total orders for A320 family aircraft to 37, comprising 26 A321neos, four A321s and seven A320neos.

The order makes ANA the first Japanese airline to operate these three variations of the A320 family.


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