Tue, Sep 11, 2007
Over 5,300 A318s-A321s Ordered To Date
US-based aircraft leasing company Aviation Capital Group (ACG)
recently signed a firm contract for 25 additional A320 Family
aircraft, including six A319s, 15 A320s and four A321s.
With this order, the company -- a subsidiary of Pacific LifeCorp
-- will have 121 A320 Family aircraft in its portfolio.
"We decided to add more A320 Family aircraft to our portfolio
because of high customer demand," said R. Stephen Hannahs, ACG
Group Managing Director and CEO. "The A320 Family is a popular,
highly fuel efficient and environmentally friendly aircraft which
fits in perfectly with our long term strategy of providing modern
and productive aircraft."
"Having ACG, one of the leading aircraft operating lease
enterprises, come back for more A320 Family aircraft confirms that
this Family continues very much in demand and responds to current
and future market needs," said Airbus COO John Leahy. "The A320
Family is clearly the benchmark single-aisle aircraft which
features highest passenger appeal combined with the lowest
operating costs and lowest fuel burn, making it extremely
The A320 family of aircraft is by far Airbus' best-selling model
line, with over 5,300 planes ordered. More than 3,200 planes have
been delivered since the model line entered
operational service in 1988.
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