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Fri, Apr 19, 2019

ALC Announces Delivery Of First Of 6 New A321neo LR Aircraft To Air Arabia

All Will Be Delivered To The Airline By 2020

Air Lease Corporation has delivered one new Airbus A321-200neo LR aircraft on long-term lease to Air Arabia. Featuring CFM International LEAP-1A engines, this aircraft is the first of six A321-200neo LRs scheduled to deliver to Air Arabia through 2020 from ALC’s order book with Airbus. This A321-200neo LR is also ALC’s first Airbus long-range A321neo to deliver to the Lessor.

“We are pleased to announce the delivery of this first of six new A321-200neo LR aircraft with Air Arabia and be the first to introduce the A321LR to the region today,” said Steven F. Udvar-Házy, Executive Chairman of Air Lease Corporation. “This delivery is particularly significant as this is ALC’s first A321-200neo LR aircraft. A key addition to Air Arabia’s fleet, the A321-200neo LR offers dynamic long-range optimization and increased capacity as the airline expands into new destinations.”

“This new A321-200neo LR aircraft delivery strengthens our long-standing relationship with Air Arabia as the airline continues to excel as one of the premier airlines in the Middle East with the most technologically advanced, fuel-efficient aircraft,” added Alex Khatibi, Executive vice president of Air Lease Corporation.

"The addition of the A321neo LR aircraft to Air Arabia’s growing fleet allows us to expand our service to farther and newer destinations while remaining loyal to our low-cost business model," said Adel Al Ali, Group Chief Executive Officer of Air Arabia. "We look forward to receiving the remaining aircraft in 2019 as we continue to offer our customers an excellent product with more destinations to discover."

(Image provided with ALC news release)

FMI: airleasecorp.com

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