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Old April 19th, 2011, 08:51 AM   #1141
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Garuda Indonesia to Increase Bangkok Flights
Thursday, 21 April 2011

source http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11...ndonesia.shtml

Garuda Indonesia
will increase flights on its Bangkok-Jakarta route to a double daily service from 17 June 2011.

The new flight will operate using the airline’s Boeing 737-800NG aircraft which features Garuda Indonesia’s ‘Nature’s Wing’ livery, signature interior and upgraded on-board services such as individual touch-screen LCD TVs with Audio-Video on Demand entertainment systems.

Garuda Indonesia currently operates a daily service from Bangkok to Jakarta which departs Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at 2.10pm, arriving in Jakarta at 5.35pm. The inbound flight departs Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta Airport at 9.45am to arrive in Bangkok at 1.10pm.

Effective 17 June 2011, the new outbound flight will depart Bangkok at 5.10pm and arrive in Jakarta at 8.35pm. The inbound service will depart at 12.50pm, arriving in Bangkok at 4.15pm.

“We’ve seen a continued surge in demand since the introduction of our daily service over a year ago, due to our convenient flight timings and network that allows passengers to make easy connections to other regional cities from Jakarta,” said Bambang Sunan, General Manager for Thailand, Myanmar, Laos & Cambodia, Garuda Indonesia. “Passenger travel to Jakarta continues to grow and with the additional flight, we will have the ability to better meet our customers’ needs.”

To celebrate the introduction of this additional service, Garuda Indonesia is offering promotional fares to Bali, Jakarta, Jogjakarta and Surabaya that range from THB8,000 to THB9,500, valid for travel between 17 June – 30 September. Terms and conditions apply.
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Lion Air Takes Delivery of First 737-900ER with New Boeing Sky Interior
Monday, 25 April 2011

source, http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11/254-LionAir.shtml


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Indonesia's Lion Air has taken delivery of its first Next-Generation Boeing 737-900ER with the new Boeing Sky Interior.

Lion Air was the launch customer for the Boeing Next-Generation 737-900ER in 2005. Today's delivery is the airline's 43rd 737-900ER. In all, the airline has ordered 178 Next-Generation 737s.

Designed to dramatically improve the flying experience for passengers, the Boeing Sky Interior features a number of enhancements.

The sculpted sidewalls of the interior provide passengers with a feeling of spaciousness while new window reveals make the windows seem larger.

LED lighting can be programmed to provide soft blue sky overhead or to create different effects during the flight and large stowage bins pivot down and out.

Intuitive placement of switches and improved sound quality are further features that Boeing says enhances the passenger experience.

Lion Air was the launch customer for the Boeing Next-Generation 737-900ER in 2005. Today's delivery is the airline's 43rd 737-900ER. In all, the airline has ordered 178 Next-Generation 737s.
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Garuda Indonesia targets online sales
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Thu, 04/28/2011 9:17 AM

source http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...ine-sales.html


National carrier Garuda Indonesia has announced plans to develop its online sales in efforts to boost the the airline's revenue.

The company expects online sales to surpass offline sales within four years, Garuda e-commerce senior general manager Joseph Adrian Saul said Wednesday, as quoted by tribunnews.com.

"We are serious about developing our e-commerce, since it makes transactions easier and cuts costs," he said.

Adrian added that Garuda had worked with Visa and Mastercard to develop an online credit card payment system, and would partner with Bank Mandiri, BCA and BII to develop a system for online debit card payments.

Garuda also plans to be able to receive online payments using the Paypal system, he said.
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Kopassus said ;"May i introduce to you all.......: PK-LHQ!
The 47st and latest 900ER from Lion! Complete with Sky Interior!
All pictures taken at Sepinggan Int'l airport, Balikpapan."



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That was the first part of the outside, now the Sky Interior!
We start on the backside of the cabin, with one of the new touchscreens and the backside of a stewardess...










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Indonesia to Adopt SITA’s Advanced Passenger Systems for Intelligent Airports
Thursday, 28 April 2011

source http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11...kasaPura.shtml

PT Angkasa Pura 1
, Indonesia’s state-owned airport operator, has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with SITA to provide IT solutions to improve services to the more than 49 million passengers at the 13 airports under its management.

The initial focus of this Memorandum of Cooperation will be on the new international terminal at Ngurah Rai Airport in Bali, the airport with the most foreign tourist arrivals in Indonesia. Both Surabaya and Balikpapan Airports will also be early beneficiaries of the cooperation.

Tommy Soetomo, President Director, PT Angkasa Pura 1, said, “This partnership with SITA is part of a major effort by the Indonesian government to develop airport infrastructure. By partnering with SITA, PT Angkasa Pura 1 and its Indonesian airports will have world- class systems providing the best in passenger services with minimal CAPEX investment. Our costs are aligned directly with the actual number of passenger using the airports. It is very much in line with our repositioning and restructuring program, launched by the new Board of Directors assigned by the Indonesian government in July 2010.”

“As we looked at how we should develop Indonesian airports, we realised that SITA has the capability to provide all the information technology systems required for airport management and operations and the flexibility to share our risk by charging on a per passenger basis.”

Damian Hickey, SITA, Regional Vice President, South Asia and India, added, “SITA has a long standing commitment to Indonesia and we have provided solutions at its airports over the last ten years. With this Memorandum of Cooperation, SITA will bring our Intelligent Airport vision to Indonesia providing the latest airport technology using real-time information. Passengers will enjoy improved flight information displays, check-in, baggage reconciliation and overall a seamless journey and better airport experience ... Our flexible financing arrangement will assist PT Angkasa Pura 1 to develop the airports with minimal upfront investment. This strategic partnership, where SITA will work with both the airlines serving the airports and the airport operator, demonstrates our commitment to the development of the growing air transport industry in Indonesia.”

Airports in Indonesia will be among the first to experience the Intelligent Airport with the implementation of all of the SITA systems planned to be completed at Ngurah Rai airport before Indonesia hosts the Asia Pacific Economic Co-operation (APEC) summit in Bali in 2013.

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Garuda Indonesia to Launch Singapore - Makassar Flights
Wednesday, 4 May 2011

http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11...ndonesia.shtml

Garuda Indonesia
is to launch a new daily service from Singapore to Makassar, from 1 June 2011. The introduction of this route is inline with the airline’s plans to develop Makassar as its third domestic hub, after Jakarta and Bali, and gateway to East Indonesia.

“The launch of this new route will mark a significant step forward in our network expansion strategy. We’re seeing strong growth in passenger traffic from Singapore to Makassar via Jakarta and there is enormous potential in this market particularly in the leisure segment,” said Risnandi, Senior General Manager, Area Asia, Garuda Indonesia. “2011 has been declared ‘Visit Makassar’ year and the city has been busy adding new events and festivals to its attractions. We will be teaming up with the local tourism officials to promote Makassar as one of the Indonesian destination of choice and will also be launching great deals and offers to entice travellers from Singapore.”

Makassar is the largest city on Sulawesi Island and was the main harbour and trade centre in pre-colonial Indonesia. It’s located right in the centre of the archipelago with Fort Rotterdam as its main attraction. Travellers flying to Makassar can expect to enjoy tasty local specialities such as the famous Coto Makassar beef soup, relaxing on the white sands of Tanjung Bira beach and soaking in the tranquil sceneries of Bambapuang Mountain.

Garuda Indonesia will operate this new route initially using the Boeing 737-500 aircraft which can accommodate 12 passengers in Executive Class and 84 in Economy Class.

The new flight will operate daily from Changi Airport Terminal 3, departing at 18:50 and arriving in Makassar at 22:00 local time. The return service will leave Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport in Makassar at 15:00 and arrive in Singapore at 17:50.

To celebrate the launch of the new route, Garuda Indonesia is running a promotion until 31 May 2011. Singapore - Makassar return flights in economy class will be sold at just Sin$220, valid for travel from 1 June to 31 August 2011. Terms and conditions apply.
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Firefly to start Johor Bahru – Indonesia service from Aug 2011

http://airlineroute.net/2011/05/16/fy-jhb-aug11/

Malaysia Airlines’ subsidiary Firefly starting August 2011 will launch Indonesia service out of Johor Bahru.

From 14AUG11, it is launching 4 weekly Johor Bahru – Surabaya and 3 weekly Johor Bahru – Bandung from the 16th. This marks a direct competition against Silk Air’s for Surabaya and Air Asia Indonesia for Bandung service.

Malaysia Airlines will codeshare on these flights. Schedules:

Johor Bahru – Bandung
FY823/MH9811 JHB1120 – 1220BDO 734 246
FY824/MH9810 BDO1250 – 1550JHB 734 246

Johor Bahru – Surabaya
FY831/MH9809 JHB1230 – 1335SUB 734 x246
FY830/MH9808 SUB1405 – 1710JHB 734 x246
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Garuda Reports Profit for Q1 2011
Monday, 16 May 2011

http://www.asiatraveltips.com/news11/165-Garuda.shtml

In the first quarter of 2011, Garuda Indonesia has reported a profit of IDR 5,189 billion, a 49.7% rise against last year’s IDR 3,46 billion. Garuda also experienced significant improvements in other areas of operation.

Compared to the 2,502 passengers carried during the same period in 2009, passenger volume rose 42% in the first quarter of 2011 to 3,676 passengers.

Availability seat kilometer/ASK rose 40% reaching 7,35 billion from 5,24 billion seat kilometer in 2010.

Meanwhile, rising passenger yield reached 2.9%, from USC 8.4 in 2010 to USC 8.6.

Throughout the first quarter of 2011, Garuda’s flight frequency in the domestic sector increased by 23,7%, amounting to 23,353 flights, compared to 18,876 flights in the same period last year.

Garuda’s international flight frequency also experienced a 27,3% improvement in comparison with last year’s performance, from 3,720 flights in 2010 to 4,737 flights.

Passenger load factor increased by 6,9%, from 67,2% in the same period of 2010 to 71,7% in the first quarter of 2011, while the airline’s OTP was 88.8% against 87.8 during the same period last year.

In line with Garuda Indonesia’s ongoing fleet development, in 2011 it expects the arrival of eleven new aircraft, consisting of two A330-200 and nine B737-800 New Generation types. Previously in 2010, Garuda had already welcomed 24 new aircraft, consisting of twenty-three Boeing 738-800 Next Generation and one Airbus A330-200.
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RI seeks to exchange planes with South Korea
Esther Samboh, The Jakarta Post, Nusa Dua, Bali

Indonesia wants to exchange its medium transport CN-235 airplanes with South Korean T-50 Golden Eagle jet trainers in an attempt to promote local products overseas and boost cooperation between the two countries, top officials say.

Indonesian-made CN-235s have been sold to several countries in the world, including South Korea, as “military and surveillance vehicles”, said Amir Sambodo, special staff for the Coordinating Economic Minister.

“There have been talks that if Indonesia buys T-50s, there will be compensation for Korea to purchase CN-235s,” Amir told reporters at the Indonesia-South Korea bilateral meeting at the Westin Resort in Nusa Dua, Bali, on Thursday.

Indonesia, he added, may have the potential to sell two or four more CN-235 planes to South Korea.

“This needs to be increased to mutually benefit both countries. If South Korea is good at trainer jets, we are strong in transport aircraft, so this is win-win cooperation.”

The CN-235, introduced in 1988, is a medium-range twin-engine transport plane that was jointly developed by CASA of Spain and the Indonesian state aircraft maker, then PT Industri Pesawat Terbang Nusantara (IPTN) and currently known as PT Dirgantara Indonesia (DI).

The aircraft’s primary military roles include maritime patrol, surveillance and air transport, with the largest user being Turkey, which has 61 aircraft, followed by South Korea as well as Spain and Indonesia.

The T-50, the first supersonic aircraft made by South Korea and one of the world’s few supersonic trainers, is an advanced trainer and multirole light fighter developed by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) beginning in the late 1990s.

Amir’s statements came after Indonesia’s Coordinating Economic Minister, Hatta Rajasa, said in his opening remarks at the bilateral meeting that he expected Seoul to procure more CN-235 planes.

“I have been informed by my colleague that Korea uses Indonesia’s CN-235 aircraft and I hope to see more of our aircraft flying over Korean skies in the years to come,” he said, adding that South Korea “has expressed interest in adding more CN-235 planes”.

The Republic of Korea’s Air Force (ROKAF) has purchased 20 CN-235 aircraft, 12 of which were built by CASA in Spain and the remaining eight by Dirgantara Indonesia. In addition to transport airplanes, ROKAF also uses CN-235s as VVIP aircraft for the country’s leaders.

The plane is also used by countries throughout the world, including, among others, Brunei Darussalam, Chile, France, Ireland, Malaysia, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and the United States.

“Our planes are better than CASA’s, so the Koreans are eager to use the Indonesian planes. In my opening remarks, I sent a signal for Korea to deploy more CN-235 planes,” Hatta said when asked by reporters after the bilateral meeting.

PT DI is currently working on four CN-235-110 MPAs for the South Korean Coast Guard in a contract worth US$96 million.

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May 19, 2011
Tiger Airways looking at 33% stake in Mandala Airlines

http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking...ry_670383.html

SINGAPORE budget carrier Tiger Airways announced on Thursday that it has signed a 'term sheet' - a non-binding document - to acquire a 33 per cent stake in Indonesia's Mandala Airlines.

The acquisition, the airline said, is subject to due diligence and a definitive contract.

Mandala Airlines is in the midst of a financial restructuring process. The low-cost carrier plans to adopt the Tiger Airways business model, offering low-fare travel to international and domestic destinations within a five-hour flying radius from Indonesia.

Like other airlines in the Tiger Airways Group, the restructured airline would also operate Airbus A320 aircraft. Flight and cabin crew will be based in Indonesia.

The largest shareholder in the restructured Mandala will be the Saratoga group, which will hold a 51 per cent. The remaining 16 per cent will be held by the previous shareholders and creditors of Mandala.
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Garuda to open third hub in Makassar
Arghea, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta | Fri, 05/27/2011

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2...-makassar.html

National airline Garuda Indonesia is set to open its third hub in Makassar in June.

“Starting June 1, 2011, Garuda will have a third hub located in the Sultan Hasanudin airport,” Garuda’s finance director Elisa Lumbantoruan told reporters on Friday.

He said that Garuda aimed to improve flight capacity and frequency to eastern Indonesia. The flag carrier has been flying to Ternate, Manado, Ambon, Palu, Poso, Papua and other regions from Makassar.

“With the high number of flights from and to [Makassar], we feel it is more efficient to have a hub there,” he added.

The move reflects the growing importance of Makassar’s leisure market. The region will now see direct flights to Singapore without stopovers in Jakarta starting June 1. Garuda will serve the route once a day and seven days a week with a Boeing 737-500 that has a capacity of 150 passengers.

Garuda has also been serving the Makassar-Denpasar-Australia route.

The company’s first two hubs are in the Soekarno-Hatta international airport in Cengkareng, Jakarta, and in Ngurah Rai international airport in Denpasar, Bali.
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Garuda Indonesia expands Makassar/Ujung Padang Domestic service in June 2011

http://airlineroute.net/2011/06/07/ga-upj-jun11/

Garuda Indonesia since 02JUN11 has added 4 new and increase 1 Domestic routes. The new routes and increased service are focused on Makassar/Ujung Padang in Eastern part of Indonesia, where GA is developing the airport as an eastern hub. The airline also launched Daily service to Singapore (reported on 04MAY11).

New routes and schedules, as well as the airline’s network map from Makassar/Ujung Padang:

Balikpapan – Yogjakarta

GA665 BPN0750 – 0840JOG 735 D
GA664 JOG0930 – 1220BPN 735 D

Makassar/Ujung Padang – Balikpapan

GA663 UPG0600 – 0710BPN 735 D
GA662 BPN1300 – 1410UPG 735 D

Makassar/Ujung Padang – Ternate

GA660 UPG0600 – 0900TTE 735 D
GA661 TTE0940 – 1030UPG 735 D

Surabaya – Ambon

GA668 SUB1225 – 1710AMQ 735 D
GA669 AMQ1750 – 1825SUB 735 D

Makassar/Ujung Padang – Surabaya Increase from 1 to 2 Daily

GA667 UPG1110 – 1145SUB 738 D
GA631 UPG1800 – 1830SUB 735 D

GA630 SUB0920 – 1150UPG 738 D
GA666 SUB1905 – 2135UPG 735 D



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IATA: Garuda to order up to 50 narrowbodies at Paris Air Show
By Ghim-Lay Yeo

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles...paris-air.html

Garuda Indonesia plans to order up to 50 narrowbody aircraft for its low-cost subsidiary Citilink at the upcoming Paris Air Show.

Half of these will be firm orders while the remaining 25 are options, said Garuda's CEO Emirsyah Satar. He declined to specify the aircraft type, but said he expects deliveries to begin from 2014.

Citilink currently operates eight Boeing 737 Classics which Garuda plans to retire once it receives new aircraft. Satar has said, however, that this does not necessarily mean that Garuda would favour the 737.

The airline also plans to lease at least five 737s by year-end or early 2012 to help it grow Citilink's route network. "The new aircraft will come in 2014 and that is too late. So we plan to lease some aircraft before that," said Satar.

In addition, the airline is still assessing Bombardier and Embraer aircraft for its planned regional jet order. It is looking to order 18 to 25 regional jets to operate on low-density domestic routes, such as from its new hub in Makassar, said Satar.

"We will make a decision by year-end and are in the process of choosing the right aircraft," he added.
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Lion Air to start Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur service late-June 2011

http://airlineroute.net/2011/06/14/jt-cgkkul-s11/

Indonesia’s Lion Air
from 29JUN11 will begin Daily Jakarta – Kuala Lumpur service, on board 189-seater Boeing 737-900ER aircraft.

On GDS timetable display, it says this route is currently in operation, but appears to be loaded in error for flights until 28JUN11.

Schedules from 29JUN11:


JT282 CGK0905 – 1205KUL 739 D
JT283 KUL1300 – 1400CGK 739 D
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Garuda plans Asian expansion

http://www.smh.com.au/business/garud...616-1g4hl.html

Garuda Indonesia says strong passenger numbers from Australia have prompted the airline to add extra flights to Asian destinations beyond Jakarta.

As part of the changes, Garuda says it will operate double daily services from the Indonesian capital of Jakarta to Hong Kong and Bangkok from June 16.

Garuda senior general manager for Australia and South West Pacific Bagus Siregar said passenger traffic from Australia to Hong Kong increased 7.2 per cent in the three months to March 31 compared with the prior corresponding period.

Similarly, traffic to Malaysia had increased 6.4 per cent Mr Siregar said, quoting Australian Bureau of Statistics' data.

"Garuda Indonesia will be making a more concerted effort to effectively service not only Jakarta - Asia's newest gateway - but also several other key cities within North and South East Asia," Mr Siregar said in a statement.

"In 2010 we were focused on growing our business to Jakarta, this year the team will be concentrating on our rapidly expanding network throughout Asia."

The Indonesian national carrier said it was on track to add another 11 aircraft - two wide bodied Airbus A330s and nine single-aisle Boeing 737s - to its fleet before the end of calendar 2011.

The airline had 10 outstanding orders for 737 aircraft, according to the Boeing website, along with an order for 10 Boeing 777s, which were slated for long-haul flights to Europe.

The Airbus website showed Garuda had six A330s on order.

Garuda, which flies to Melbourne, Perth and Sydney from Jakarta and Denpasar, said the airline's passenger numbers had grown 42 per cent in the March quarter, compared with the prior corresponding period, with yields up 2.9 per cent.
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Old June 20th, 2011, 08:01 PM   #1159
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Indonesia’s Sriwijaya Air Signs for up to 30 Embraer 190s

by Staff on June 20, 2011

Jakarta, Indonesia-based Sriwijaya Air has signed an agreement, which remains subject to final documentation, to order 20 Embraer 190 jets and has reserved purchase rights for 10 more aircraft.

Embraer announced the order on the first day of the 49th Paris Air Show, giving a list-price value for the deal of $856 million in January 2011 dollars. According to Embraer, the list-price value of Sriwijaya Air’s Embraer 190 deal could reach $1.28 billion, if all purchase rights are exercised.

Sriwijaya Air’s Embraer 190s will be outfitted with 100 seats in a single-class configuration. The airline identified a need for a dedicated fleet of 100-seat aircraft to replace some of its narrowbodies and to achieve its expansion objectives of adding new frequencies in existing domestic markets, as well as pioneering new non-stop services throughout the region.

The carrier intends to operate the Embraer 190s from its hub at Jakarta’s Soekarno Hatta International Airport (CGK) and other key centers at Balikpapan, Makassar, Surabaya and Medan. Embraert says the jet will give Sriwijaya Air the flexibility to operate routes of up to 2,300 nautical miles (4,260 kilometers).

Sriwijaya Air is Embraer’s newest customer and joins 10 other carriers in the Asia Pacific/China region that have selected E-Jets. Airlines in Japan, China, Taiwan, and Australia operate a total of 90 E-Jets. Embraer provides support and service for its South East Asian customers from Changi, Singapore. The facilities include a spare parts warehouse, full flight simulator, and cabin mockup for flight attendant training.

Sriwijaya Air carries more than 600,000 passengers per month from its hub at Jarkarta’s Soekarno Hatta International Airport to some 35 national and international destinations. The carrier was founded in November 2003. It operates a fleet of 28 narrow-bodies on a network spanning the entire country, from Banda Aceh in the west to Jayapura in the east.
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Garuda Indonesia signs MOU for 25 A320 Family aircraft




Garuda Indonesia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Airbus for the purchase of 25 A320 Family aircraft, making the airline a new customer for the Airbus single aisle product line. The MOU covers 15 standard A320s followed by 10 A320neo aircraft for operation by the carrier's domestic low cost unit Citilink, replacing its existing 737 fleet.

"The A320 will be a new addition to the Garuda family and has been selected after a very thorough and lengthy evaluation process," said Emirsyah Satar, President & CEO Garuda Indonesia. "The combination of comfort for passengers, proven reliability for high frequency services and low operating costs made the A320 the clear favourite to enable Citilink to develop its full potential in the competitive low cost market."

"This announcement marks a new milestone in our long relationship with Garuda Indonesia," said John Leahy, Chief Operating Officer, Customers, Airbus. "The A320 will enable Citilink to develop profitably its share of the fast-growing Indonesian market, benefitting from the lowest operating costs available today - which are about to get even lower with the arrival of the A320neo."

Incorporating new engines and large wing tip devices called sharklets, the A320 neo will deliver fuel savings of 15 percent and additional range capability of 500 nautical miles (950 kilometers), or the ability to carry two tonnes more payload at a given range. For the environment, the fuel savings translate into some 3,600 tonnes less CO2 per aircraft per year. In addition, the A320neo will provide a double-digit reduction in NOx emissions and reduced engine noise.

The A320 Family (A318, A319, A320 and A321) is recognised as the benchmark single-aisle aircraft family. Over 7,000 A320 Family aircraft have already been ordered and more than 4,700 delivered to more than 330 customers and operators worldwide. The A320neo will have over 95% airframe commonality with the existing models, enabling it to fit seamlessly into existing A320 Family fleets. The new engines types offered on the A320neo are CFM International’s LEAP-X and Pratt & Whitney’s PurePower PW1100G.

Source: Press Release Airbus.com
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