EasyJet recorded its busiest day ever on Sept. 23, flying 255,000 passengers on more than 1,600 flights. And its all-Airbus fleet—144 A319s and 113 A320s—has been consistently growing. Aviation Week’s Fleet Discovery digital tool shows that EasyJet has 167 aircraft on order, the majority A320neos, which should start arriving in 2017. To service its changing fleet and continue retendering maintenance and engineering contracts—a process it started last year with an ...


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