A Momentous Day for easyJet

Low-cost carrier easyJet had plenty to celebrate when taking delivery of its first Airbus A320neo, which coincided with its 300th airliner from the European manufacturer. Airliner World’s Barry Woods-Turner reports from Toulouse.

LONDON/LUTON-BASED easyJet became the latest airline to join the A320neo club when it accepted the first of 130 jets, G-UZHA (c/n 7649), at a ceremony held at the European manufacturer’s Toulouse delivery centre on June 14.

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