JetBlue Converts 13 A321neos To XLR Version, Adds 10 A220s

Credit: Airbus
PARIS—JetBlue Airways will convert 13 aircraft in its existing Airbus A321neo order book to the XLR version—launched at the Paris Air Show earlier this week—for delivery scheduled to begin in 2023. New York-based JetBlue said the aircraft will support its focus city strategy, enabling further...
Linda Blachly

Linda Blachly is Senior Associate Editor for Air Transport World and Aviation Week. She joined the company in July 2010 and is responsible for producing features for Air Transport World’s monthly magazine and engaging content for the She is based in the Washington DC office.

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