Aer Lingus parent company IAG firms up order for 19 new Airbus jets
International Consolidated Airlines Group IAG, the parent company of British Airways, Aer Lingus and Iberia has firmed up orders for 19 new jets.
They have agreed to purchase two A330-200s which will be assigned to Iberia and the two A330-300s will be operated by Aer Lingus, 15 new A320neos will be assigned within IAG group which also includes Spanish budget carrier Vueling.
Airbus Chief Operating Officer – Customers John Leahy said:
“Between them, the airlines in IAG operate or have on order our full range of Airbus aircraft. IAG is one of our most prestigious customers and these new repeat orders for A330s and A320neos confirm again the high added value and superior productivity of our widebody and single aisle aircraft.”
This latest agreement with IAG and its airlines takes their cumulative Airbus orders to a total of nearly 470 aircraft. Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com