Air Lease Corporation has delivered the first of seven Airbus A321-200neo aircraft to Transavia.
“ALC is pleased to announce the first of seven A321-200neo aircraft delivered today to our longtime customer, Transavia,” Grant Levy, Executive Vice President of Air Lease Corporation, commented. “We are honored to introduce the A321-200neo to Transavia and look forward to continuing to assist the airline with its single-aisle fleet development for years to come.”
In parallel news, Transavia France’s maiden A320neo completed its inaugural test flight on December 15, 2023, in Toulouse. The aircraft, currently bearing the temporary registration F-WWDD, will soon be designated as F-GNEO upon integration into the fleet.
Transavia aims to replace all Boeing 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft with Airbus A320neo and A321neo models over the next seven years, aligning with the environmental goals set by its parent company, Air France-KLM, which placed the order in late 2021.
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