Pratt & Whitney president Robert Leduc, Lufthansa chairman & CEO Carsten Spohr and Airbus CEO Fabrice Brégier
An A320neo PW1100G-JM engine from Pratt & Whitney. Pilots told ATW the engines bring the A320neo to a flight level of 32,000 feet in about 16 minutes. The A320 Classic needs about 23 minutes.
The Lufthansa A320neo at Hamburg Finkenwerder
Lufthansa now adds titles to the fuselage of the A320neo, which needs 15% less fuel and has a noise footprint of up to 50% less than the A320ceo.
The A320neo, which needs 15% less fuel and has a noise footprint of up to 50% less than the A320ceo.
A320neo PW1100G-JM engine
The Lufthansa A320neo cabin features up to 180 seats.
A friendly Lufthansa flight attendant welcomes the passengers on this special flight to Frankfurt.
The Lufthansa A320neo cockpit.
On the flight line in Hamburg, Qatar Airways, IndiGo and Spirit A320 family aircraft await completion.
Lufthansa A320neo in flight.
The galley is smaller on the A320neo compared to other aircraft because it will be used on flight sectors no longer than 2.5 hours.
Food service aboard the A320neo.
The Lufthansa A320neo at Frankfurt airport.
Lufthansa has taken delivery of its second Airbus A320neo in Hamburg.