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ANA takes delivery of its first A321neo

Posted 7 September 2017 · Add Comment

Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) has taken delivery of its first A321neo.



ANA becomes the launch operator of the version of the aircraft powered by Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-JM geared turbofan engines.
 
ANA’s A321neo is configured for 194 passengers with eight premium class seats and 186 economy class seats.

ANA will start scheduled commercial services on domestic routes from mid-September.

The aircraft is the first for the airline to be used on domestic routes equipped with in-flight entertainment system for all seats.
 
ANA currently operates 16 A320 Family aircraft, with another 29 on order for future delivery.

Parent company ANA HOLDINGS (ANA HD) also has three A380s on order.
 

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