The first Airbus A319neo delivered to Greece


Business airline GainJet Aviation took possession of the world’s first Airbus A319neo, an ACJ that landed on December 20 in Switzerland.

The Greek airline’s ACJ319neo, registered VP-CSM, is the first Airbus in its fleet, made up of eleven Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, and Gulfstream all in VIP configuration. He left Hamburg-Finkenwerder on December 20, 2019, bound for Switzerland. The configuration of the single-aisle is not known, GainJet not having communicated on the subject; it is equipped with LEAP-1A26 engines.

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Airbus had recorded a total of 36 firm orders at the end of November (including 30 unidentified, four in ACJ version and two for the leasing company Aircraft Purchase Fleet) for the A319neo, a model now competing with the A220-300 in the portfolio. from the European manufacturer.

The Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered A319neo, which made its first flight last April and has since made 90 sorties for a total of 240 hours, was certified in early December by EASA. This was the last possible configuration for the family of single-engine re-aisles, the A319neo with CFM International LEAP-1A having been certified in December 2018 by EASA and FAA (the A320neo and A321neo are already certified with both engines).

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