Virgin America Cancels 20 A320s


Virgin America has cancelled 20 A320s, bringing its total orders for the type from 69 to 49.

In December 2005, Virgin America placed an order for nine A320s, all of which have since been delivered. In December 2010, Virgin America placed another order for 60 aircraft (30 A320s and 30 A320neos), the total of which has now been reduced to 40.

Eight A319s were also ordered in December 2005, all of which have also been delivered.

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