Airbus has delivered the 100th aircraft, an A321, to China's largest all Airbus operator Sichuan Airlines. The aircraft was handed over to Sichuan Airlines during a delivery ceremony in Hamburg, Germany. Equipped with Sharklet fuel saving wing tip devices and powered by IAE V2500 engines, the aircraft features a comfortable two class cabin, seating 194 passengers (8 business and 186 in economy). Including the latest delivery Sichuan Airlines' fleet comprises 93 A320 Family aircraft and seven A330 Family aircraft.
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Airbus has delivered the 100th aircraft, an A321, to China's largest all Airbus operator Sichuan Airlines. The aircraft was handed over to Sichuan Airlines during a delivery ceremony in Hamburg, G...
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