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Jetstar Pacific receives first aircraft ordered direct from Airbus

Posted 29 June 2017 · Add Comment

Vietnam's Jetstar Pacific Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 10 A320ceo aircraft ordered directly from Airbus.



Vietnam’s Jetstar Pacific Airlines has taken delivery of the first of 10 A320ceo aircraft ordered directly from Airbus.

The aircraft was handed over to the airline in Toulouse on Tuesday and will join an existing fleet of 12 leased A320s flying with the airline.

Jetstar Pacific, based at Ho Chi Minh City, is a joint venture between Vietnam Airlines (70%) and the Qantas Group (30%).

It currently operates a total of 36 domestic and international routes. It is part of the larger Jetstar Group that connects more than 80 destinations in 17 countries.

Other carriers in the Jetstar Group are Jetstar Airways (Australia), Jetstar Japan (Japan), Jetstar Asia (Singapore).

 

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