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Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:13 pm

Next easyJet delivery:

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Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:23 pm

Is that three for easyJet now?
 
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Thu Nov 09, 2017 10:07 pm

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Is that three for easyJet now?


Positive. And a 4th made its first flight last week.

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There's a very big surge of neo's coming down the line right now, a big push for the end of year target perhaps??
 
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There's a very big surge of neo's coming down the line right now, a big push for the end of year target perhaps??

That and I believe PW is starting to resolve problems with their GTF meaning engines can be supplied faster. Karel will correct this if I'm wrong.
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The L2 door was to near the engine and never used for boarding.


Depending on the airline and airport. I've boarded Lufthansa's A321 through L2 sevaral times


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Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:54 pm

Regarding the new door configuration of the A321neo:

In addition to these cabin features on the main deck, the A321 “ACF” model also brings more flexibility in the ‘underfloor’ cargo area where a third “Auxiliary Centre Tank” (ACT) can now be installed. Previously, the A321 offered the provision for up to two ACTs the size of a cargo container. Combined with the increased MTOW of 97 metric tonnes, the third ACT adds a further 400 nautical miles of range making this variant of the A321neo the longest range single-aisle airliner in production known as the A321LR.

...

The A321neo ACF is an option for now, but will become the default build standard for all A321neos from 2020. Following final assembly, the aircraft will make its first flight in the coming months, with first delivery expected for Q2 2018. As for the A321LR, the first delivery is scheduled for Q4 2018.


Ref http://www.airbus.com/newsroom/news/en/ ... ition.html
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But in a ditching, 4 main doors could be underwater! See US Airways Flight 1549.

Airplanes are designed so they can evacuated in <90 seconds with half of all exit doors blocked. That is why a 2 pairs of overwing exits are added when L/R 2 is deleted.
 
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Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:28 pm

keesje wrote:
Someone83 wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
The L2 door was to near the engine and never used for boarding.


Depending on the airline and airport. I've boarded Lufthansa's A321 through L2 sevaral times


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Thanks for the photo, not every jet bringe is able to handle boarding via L2 door, so it is less an issue of the positioning of the door but more an issue about the dimensions and construction of the jet bridge.
 
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Fri Nov 10, 2017 8:29 pm

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Regarding the new door configuration of the A321neo:

In addition to these cabin features on the main deck, the A321 “ACF” model also brings more flexibility in the ‘underfloor’ cargo area where a third “Auxiliary Centre Tank” (ACT) can now be installed. Previously, the A321 offered the provision for up to two ACTs the size of a cargo container. Combined with the increased MTOW of 97 metric tonnes, the third ACT adds a further 400 nautical miles of range making this variant of the A321neo the longest range single-aisle airliner in production known as the A321LR.

...

The A321neo ACF is an option for now, but will become the default build standard for all A321neos from 2020. Following final assembly, the aircraft will make its first flight in the coming months, with first delivery expected for Q2 2018. As for the A321LR, the first delivery is scheduled for Q4 2018.


Ref http://www.airbus.com/newsroom/news/en/ ... ition.html


So it will be the opposite of today and airlines have to choose to have L2 door.
 
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Re: Airbus A320neo Family Production Thread - Part 7

Sat Nov 11, 2017 1:28 pm

Georgia the painted Bunting has been delivered.

Airbus A320 -251N 7835 N317FR Frontier Airlines delivery 11nov17 TLS-YQX-TPA "Georgia the painted Bunting" exF-WWBB


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Sat Nov 11, 2017 2:22 pm

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pugman211 wrote:
There's a very big surge of neo's coming down the line right now, a big push for the end of year target perhaps??

That and I believe PW is starting to resolve problems with their GTF meaning engines can be supplied faster. Karel will correct this if I'm wrong.

Pratt upgraded the PW1100G to fix issues and has more fan blade production on line.

<i> The deliveries included 12 aircraft with Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines and 10 with the CFM International Leap-1A.

Airbus's increased deliveries signal a continuing recovery from the technical snags which have held up transfer of PW1100G-powered aircraft in particular.f</i>

https://www.flightglobal.com/news/artic ... er-443053/

Per that article, 112 of 399 A320 family were neos back in October. Way behind the initial production ramp (both engines). It is a good thing Airbus oversold the CEO by hundreds of airframes.

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Wed Nov 15, 2017 4:45 pm

Former CFM testbed MSN 6419 (F-WNEW) has been refurbished in Tarbes and will be delivered to AirAsia.

See https://twitter.com/TarmacAerosave/stat ... 672210433/

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The second CFM testbed MSN 6642 (D-AVVB) will be delivered to AirAsia as well.
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Thu Nov 16, 2017 10:48 am

Sichuan #4 delivered.

Airbus A320 -271N 7721 B-8680 Sichuan Airlines delivery 15nov17 TLS-TSE ex F-WWTS
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Next IndiGo delivery:

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Air China #1 has been delivered in TSN.

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Fri Nov 17, 2017 9:32 pm

This has to be one of the oldest and most conservative colour schemes. I wish they would update it to something more modern. Even EVA updated theirs!
 
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The second CFM testbed (MSN 6642) has been refurbished:

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Volaris' first A321neo emerged from final assembly.

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Volaris' first A321neo emerged from final assembly.

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What about the 2 cuties behind ?
 
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Sat Nov 18, 2017 6:53 pm

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Georgia the painted Bunting has been delivered.

Airbus A320 -251N 7835 N317FR Frontier Airlines delivery 11nov17 TLS-YQX-TPA "Georgia the painted Bunting" exF-WWBB


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[photoid][/photoid]
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Volaris' first A321neo emerged from final assembly.

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Most of the recent deliveries I’ve noticed are with the Leap 1A engines. Is that how production played out or are the GTF issues hanging up production of aircraft equipped with PWs?

Edit: never mind. Just read Lightsaber’s post.
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Sat Nov 18, 2017 7:00 pm

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What about the 2 cuties behind ?


One says China Eastern on the side and the other, on the far right, has two bears on the tail suggesting it's for Frontier.

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Sun Nov 19, 2017 11:31 am

BA are set to get 8108 as their first A320Neo in Feb next year. Is this likely to be assembled at TLS or XFW? Also, when are we likely to see it out in the open - January some time?
 
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BA are set to get 8108 as their first A320Neo in Feb next year. Is this likely to be assembled at TLS or XFW? Also, when are we likely to see it out in the open - January some time?


A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.
 
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Msn 8108 starts FAL build the beginning of December. Not sure yet if it's TLS or XFW.
 
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Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:01 pm

mjoelnir wrote:
McG1967 wrote:
BA are set to get 8108 as their first A320Neo in Feb next year. Is this likely to be assembled at TLS or XFW? Also, when are we likely to see it out in the open - January some time?


A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.


What engines has BA chosen for their NEOs?
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Is there anything new going on with the Azores A321?
 
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Sun Nov 19, 2017 10:11 pm

LoganTheBogan wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
McG1967 wrote:
BA are set to get 8108 as their first A320Neo in Feb next year. Is this likely to be assembled at TLS or XFW? Also, when are we likely to see it out in the open - January some time?


A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.


What engines has BA chosen for their NEOs?


Think they're getting PW but Wikipedia shows CFM for BA and Iberia and PW for Vueling.
 
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LoganTheBogan wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
McG1967 wrote:
BA are set to get 8108 as their first A320Neo in Feb next year. Is this likely to be assembled at TLS or XFW? Also, when are we likely to see it out in the open - January some time?


A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.


What engines has BA chosen for their NEOs?


I think BA has not yet chosen the engine.
 
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Sun Nov 19, 2017 10:25 pm

mjoelnir wrote:
LoganTheBogan wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:

A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.


What engines has BA chosen for their NEOs?


I think BA has not yet chosen the engine.


IAG Engines

BA is taking CFM. Iberia/Aer Lingus also CFM. Vueling is taking PE.
A306 A313 A319 A320 A321 A332 A333 A343 A345 A346 A388

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Sun Nov 19, 2017 10:26 pm

McG1967 wrote:
LoganTheBogan wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:

A good place too see were an A320 family aircraft is or will be produced is https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.is/. But they have not got to MSN8108 yet.


What engines has BA chosen for their NEOs?


Think they're getting PW but Wikipedia shows CFM for BA and Iberia and PW for Vueling.


Wikipedia is correct

BA/Iberia/Aer Lingus - CFM
Vueling - PW
A306 A313 A319 A320 A321 A332 A333 A343 A345 A346 A388

B712 B733 B734 B735 B738 B742 B744 B752 B763 B772 B77E B773 B77W
 
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Mon Nov 20, 2017 10:45 am

BA A320neo family delivery schedule as follows:

Airbus A320neo:
G-TTNA - Due in Mar 2018
G-TTNB - Due in Apr 2018
G-TTNC - Due in Jun 2018
G-TTND - Due in Jul 2018
G-TTNE - Due in Aug 2018
G-TTNF - Due in Sep 2018
G-TTNG - Due in Dec 2018

Airbus A321neo:
G-NEOP - Due in Oct 2018
G-NEOR - Due in Nov 2018
G-NEOS - Due in Jan 2019
G-NEOT - Due in Feb 2019
G-NEOU - Due in Mar 2019
G-NEOV - Due in Jun 2019


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BA A320neo family delivery schedule as follows:

Airbus A320neo:
G-TTNA - Due in Mar 2018
G-TTNB - Due in Apr 2018
G-TTNC - Due in Jun 2018
G-TTND - Due in Jul 2018
G-TTNE - Due in Aug 2018
G-TTNF - Due in Sep 2018
G-TTNG - Due in Dec 2018

Airbus A321neo:
G-NEOP - Due in Oct 2018
G-NEOR - Due in Nov 2018
G-NEOS - Due in Jan 2019
G-NEOT - Due in Feb 2019
G-NEOU - Due in Mar 2019
G-NEOV - Due in Jun 2019


Source
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Ah the clever BA registration blocks live on... Three Twenty Neo, love it!

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Someone83 wrote:
mjoelnir wrote:
The L2 door was to near the engine and never used for boarding.


Depending on the airline and airport. I've boarded Lufthansa's A321 through L2 sevaral times


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Also depends on the aircrfat interior configuration.
Lufthansa A321's have a cutout of the overhead bins at door L2 to allow boarding and passengers not bumping their heads when entering.
 
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Msn 8108 starts FAL build the beginning of December. Not sure yet if it's TLS or XFW.


MSN 8108 will be assembled in TLS.
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Does anybody know what the green band is inside of the CFM engines?
It is just the material used?

Thank you

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Does anybody know what the green band is inside of the CFM engines?
It is just the material used?

Thank you

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It is the material used. The fan has a very tight clearance. That material allows slight rubbing between it and the fan.
 
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Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:59 am

Two more deliveries to India:

Airbus A320 -271N 7859 VT-WGM GoAir delivery 21nov17 XFW-DEL ex D-AXAZ


Airbus A320 -271N 7931 VT-IVC IndiGo Airlines delivery 21nov17 XFW-DEL ex D-AUBR
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Third NEO delivery from TSN:

Airbus A320 -251N 7837 6670 HS-CBC Thai AirAsia delivery 21nov17 TSN-DMK ex B-000N
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EasyJet #4 has been delivered.

Airbus A320 -251N 7802 G-UZHC easyJet deliver y 22nov17 XFW-LTN ex D-AVVJ
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Thu Nov 23, 2017 11:14 pm

Does anyone know is Airbus is already doing cabin outfitting for A320's in Toulouse?
Hamburg FAL4 is operational right? All part of the ramp-up to rate 60.
 
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Does anyone know is Airbus is already doing cabin outfitting for A320's in Toulouse?
Hamburg FAL4 is operational right? All part of the ramp-up to rate 60.


Yes TLS does outfitting of A320 and the fourth line in XFW is operating.
 
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Toulouse outfitting inside M15 the hangars west of M56?
And or the new building west of parking de la Crabe (maps ?

I read that some A320 assembies are build in China. Is it known what is manufactured in China?
And is it on only for FAL China (Tianjin) or also for other FAL sites?
 
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Fourth NEO delivery from TSN:

Airbus A320 -251N 7860 9M-AGL AirAsia delivery 22nov17 TSN-KUL ex B-000C


And another one to Azul delivered:

Airbus A320 -251N 7960 PR-YRK Azul Linhas Aéreas delivery 25nov17 TLS-SID-CNF ex F-WWBH
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Next GoAir delivery:

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Next for Lufthansa

Airbus A320 -271N 7735 D-AINJ Lufthansa delivery 27nov17 XFW-SXF ex D-AXAT
 
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Air China #1 has been delivered in TSN.

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audidudi wrote:
This has to be one of the oldest and most conservative colour schemes. I wish they would update it to something more modern. Even EVA updated theirs!


Looking at an older picture, I get the impression that their livery was slightly tweaked some time.



In this photo the lower blue line seems thicker and the white between the blue lines narrower than it is on the 320neo shown above.

Not that it changes much, but it seems something was done. Or is it just perspective related?
 
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Has China certified the A321neo yet? The first CZ plane flew a while ago and we haven't seen much since.

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MSN 7999 / N925VA has been painted all white, just like MSN 7942 / N924VA.

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