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- 1. Airbus Increases Range of A220-100 and A220-300 Aircraft
The maximum take-off weight (MTOW) of the A220 aircraft will increase by 2,268 kg (2.3 metric tonnes), increasing the respective maximum range capabilities to 3,350 nm for the A220-300 and 3,400 nm for the A220-100, some 450 nm more than currently advertised.
- 2. Delta Orders 15 More Airbus A220-300s
Delta Air Lines has ordered 15 more Airbus A220 aircraft, bringing to 90 the total number of A220s the airline has on order. The additional orders are the airline’s first for the -300 model. Delta also converted earlier A220 orders to the larger -300, bringing to 50 the number of A220-300s on order.
- 3. Delta Opens Airbus A220-100 Ticket Sales
Travellers can now buy tickets on Delta's brand new Airbus A220-100 aircraft. The A220 (formerly the Bombardier C Series) is the airline's latest investment in a fleet modernization program to replace 20% of older, less-efficient aircraft by 2020. Delta will be only the fourth airline in the world, after airBaltic, Korean Air and SWISS, to operate the A220.
- 4. Airbus Breaks Ground on A220 Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama
Airbus has broken ground on its A220 manufacturing facility in Mobile, Alabama. The new assembly line, which is the company’s second U.S.-based commercial aircraft production facility, will be located at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, adjacent to the A320 Family production line and will facilitate assembly of A220-100 and A220-300 aircraft for U.S. customers.
- 5. Bombardier’s CS100 and CS300 Rebranded as Airbus A220-100 and A220-300
Airbus’ latest aircraft family the A220 was unveiled at a ceremony held at its Henri-Ziegler Delivery Centre, near Toulouse, France on Tuesday. To celebrate, an A220-300 landed directly from painting at 12:25 am CEST wearing its new Airbus name and colours.
- 6. Airbus Paints Delta's First A220
Delta Air Lines' first Airbus A220-100 rolled out of the paint hangar at the A220 final assembly line in Mirabel, Québec late last week. Delta will be the first U.S. airline to take delivery of the A220.
- 7. Airbus A220 Receives 180-Minute ETOPS Approval from Transport Canada
The newest addition to the Airbus family of commercial aircraft, the A220, has received 180-minute extended operations (ETOPS) approval from the Canadian civil aviation authority, Transport Canada. This achievement paves the way for A220 customers to start new direct non-limiting routings over water, remote or underserved regions.
- 8. JetBlue Signs MOU for 60 Airbus A220-300s
JetBlue has become the first customer of the newly-rebranded Airbus A220 aircraft, signing a Memorandum of Understanding for 60 of the larger A220-300 model. In addition, the airline 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.
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