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A low-cost European airline buys 56 Airbus aircraft at a discount

Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny
Gaston de Persigny - Reporter at The European Times News

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British low-cost airline EаѕуЈеt announced, that will procure 56 airplanes Аіrbuѕ, model “A320 Neo” и and in the same time shall transform another order from 2013 г. for 188 more airplanes “A321 Neo”, Reuters reports.

The aircraft will be delivered from the financial year 2026 to the financial year 2029 and will replace the previous models A319 and A320.

The airline announced that it will pay significantly less than the official price of the aircraft, thanks to the prices agreed in 2013.

In December 2020, the EU signed a deal with Europe to postpone supplies for the pandemic, which triggered a major crackdown. He expects the shareholders to be asked to finance some part of the current deal, according to Izidjet.

A year ago, EasyJet announced that the company’s total revenue had fallen by 90% in the last six months. The total loss of the airline was 701 million British pounds.

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