Delta Air Lines will be one of the first airlines to operate Airbus narrowbodies assembled at the European airframerâ€™s facility in Mobile, Ala. when it starts taking delivery of A321 current engine options in 2016. The order for 30 A321CEOs, unveiled yesteray, includes three delivery slots in the first quarter of 2016 and 12 more by the end of that year, says Delta. Airbus, separately, notes that â€œ[m]any of Deltaâ€™s A321s are expected to be assembled at the brand-new Airbus assembly ...
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