In March 2022, Delta Air Lines took delivery of its first A321neo. The airline has commitments for 155 aircraft, which will join more than 120 A321ceo variants in the fleet, once all deliveries are complete. This decal provides the markings for any aircraft in the fleet. [Read more…] about Delta Air Lines A321neo Released
In March 2022, Lufthansa Cargo added its first narrowbody freighter in many years. The A321, D-AEUC, is operated by CityLine and will be joined later by a second airframe (D-AEUA). This decal provides the markings for this P2F converted freighter. [Read more…] about Lufthansa Cargo A321Fs Released
In May 2019, Lufthansa German Airlines took delivery of its first Airbus A321neo aircraft. Eleven aircraft have been delivered so far, with at least thirty more on order. These aircraft have all been delivered in Lufthansa’s current color scheme. This decal provides the markings and ship names for any aircraft in the current fleet. [Read more…] about Lufthansa Airbus A321neo Released
In July 2019, Aer Lingus of Ireland took delivery of the first of what are currently eight Airbus A321neo aircraft. These aircraft were delivered in Aer Lingus’ new 2019 color scheme. [Read more…] about Aer Lingus A321neos Released
Initially founded in 2019, with a planned service launch in late 2019/early 2020, Icelandic low-cost airline PLAY finally began service in June 2021. The initial three aircraft in the fleet are former Interjet (Mexico) Airbus A321neos. The airline chose a striking all-red color scheme with large white titles.
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Hong Kong-based Cathay Dragon (a subsidiary of Cathay Pacific, formerly Dragonair) ordered A321neo aircraft in 2017 to renew its narrowbody fleet. Unfortunately, the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 would scuttle those plans, as parent Cathay Pacific elected to shut down the Cathay Dragon operation as a cost-cutting survival measure. Two aircraft had been painted by Airbus prior to planned delivery. Both were repainted into Cathay Pacific colors and stored in Hong Kong. Their future remains in question.
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