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Thursday, 19 May 2016

Airbus Updates No.1504

Airbus A320-232 aircraft picture
Airbus A320 -232 2088  SU-GCC Egyptair crashed 19may16 off Alexandria enroute CDG-CAI, 66/66 dead, after terror act? ex F-WWBH

Airbus Updates No.1503

Crash: Egypt A320 over Mediterranean on May 19th 2016, aircraft lost over Mediterranean, ELT signal picked up
By Simon Hradecky, created Thursday, May 19th 2016 03:35Z, last updated Thursday, May 19th 2016 10:48Z
An Egyptair Airbus A320-200, registration SU-GCC performing flight MS-804 (dep May 18th) from Paris Charles de Gaulle (France) to Cairo (Egypt) with 56 passengers and 10 crew, was enroute at FL370 over the Mediterranan Sea about 130nm north of Alexandria (Egypt) and about 210nm northnorthwest of Cairo when the transponder signals of the aircraft ceased at 02:33L (00:33Z). The aircraft is presumed crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.

The airline reported at 05:00L (03:00Z), that flight MS-804, estimated to land in Cairo at 03:10L (01:10Z), is missing and so far has not landed at any airport in reach of the aircraft. Egyptair subsequently tweeted that the aircraft was enroute at FL370 about to enter Egyptian Airspace when radar contact with the aircraft was lost at 02:45L (00:45Z). A search and rescue operation has been launched. The airline further corrected initial statement of 59 passengers to 56 passengers actually on board of the aircraft. The commander had accumulated 6,275 hours with 2,101 hours on type, the first officer has accumulated 2,675 hours. The aircraft had been manufactured in 2003. The airline has opened hotlines for relatives at +202 25989320 (outside Egypt) and 080077770000 (landline in Egypt).

At about 07:40L (05:40Z) Egyptair updated their statement saying, that the contact with the aircraft was lost 280km (151nm) from the Coast of Egypt at 02:30L (00:30Z). The crew comprised the captain, first officer, 5 cabin crew and 3 sky marshals. Amongst the passengers there were 30 Egyptians, 15 French, 2 Iraqis, 1 British, 1 Belgian, 1 Kuwaiti, 1 Saudi, 1 Sudanese, 1 Chadian, 1 Portugese, 1 Algerian and 1 Canadian.

Greece's Civil Aviation Authority reported radar contact with the aircraft was lost about 2 minutes after the aircraft was handed off from Greek to Egyptian Air Traffic Control. The crew did not report any problems up to hand off.

At 08:25L (06:25Z) Egypt Air reported that search and rescue have picked up an emergency locator transmitter (ELT) signal. Dawn in the area was at 04:26L.

France is joining the search and rescue efforts dispatching ships and aircraft into the search area, which is already being scanned by Greek and Egypt aircraft and ships.

At 10:15L (08:15Z) Airbus posted "Airbus regrets to confirm that an A320 operated by Egyptair was lost at around 02:30 am (Egypt local time) today over the Mediterranean sea. The aircraft was operating a scheduled service, Flight MS 804 from Paris, France to Cairo, Egypt. The aircraft involved, registered under SU-GCC was MSN (Manufacturer Serial Number) 2088 delivered to Egyptair from the production line in November 2003. The aircraft had accumulated approximately 48,000 flight hours. It was powered by IAE engines. At this time no further factual information is available."

A good number of civilian ships in the area have, according to MarineTraffic, veered off their intended courses and are now steaming towards a common position at approximately N33.4 E29.7 approximately 30nm eastnortheast of the last ADS-B position. A first ship "Oceanus" has already reached that position and is nearly stationary there.

At 12:30L (10:30Z) France's President Hollande announced that the aircraft has crashed while flying over the Mediterranean Sea in Egyptian Airspace.

The responsible Paris states attorney has opened an investigation into the disappearance of the aircraft but cautioned, that a mechanical failure or other causes besides terrorism have not been ruled out at this point. No credible claims of downing the aircraft have been made so far.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Airbus Updates No.1502

Airbus A321 -211 7119  D-ABCT Air Berlin delivery 18may16 XFW-SXF ex DAZAR
 Airbus A321 -211 7127  TF-GMA Wow Air onward delivery 16may16 NWI-KEF after paint ex D-AVXE
 Airbus A330 -243 301  G-OMYT Thomas Cook Airlines ferried 11may16 AUH-MAN after paint into new cs ex G-MOJO
 Airbus A330 -203 573  D-AXGD Eurowings delivery 13may16 HAM-CGN ex B-16305
 Airbus A330 -202 885  YU-ARA Air Serbia delivery 12/13may16 AUH-BEG-AUH, regd at BEG prior further cabin mods ex A6-EYC
 Airbus A330 -343 1624  EC-MIO Air Europa ferried 09may16 MAD-CBG for cabin re-config, for Wow Air ex F-WWYR
 Airbus A330 -343 1670  9M-XBA AirAsia X delivery 13may16 TLS-KUL ex F-WXAH
 Airbus A340 -541 572  A6-ERE Emirates ferried 12may16 DXB-LETL for storage ex F-WWTV
 Airbus A350 -941 35  PR-XTC TAM delivery 18may16 TLS-CNF ex F-WZGD
 Airbus A380 -861 199  A6-APH Etihad Airways delivery 13may16 XFW-AUH ex F-WWSS
 Airbus A400M -180 26  ZM407 Royal Air Force delivery 11may16 MAD-SVQ-BZZ

Airbus Updates No.1501

Airbus A310 -304 494  CS-TQV White ferried 17may16 LIS-LDE for storage ex PR-WTA
 Airbus A319 -111 1753  9H-MCS Hyperion Aviation delivery 18may16 NWI-FRA, Rossiya Airlines cs ex EI-ETP
 Airbus A319 -112 3794  VQ-BBA Rossiya Airlines ferried 09may16 MRV-LED on transfer ex D-AVXM
 Airbus A319 -132 4598  HC-CPZ Lan Ecuador ferried 09may16 SJO-UIO after paint into LATAM cs ex CC-BCB
 Airbus A320 -231 406  OY-RUP Everjets ferried 16may16 FNC-BCM after wet-lease from Danish Air Transport ex N406PR
 Airbus A320 -233 558  5B-DCQ Cobalt Air in svc 17may16 LCA-HER-LCA on proving flight ex LY-VEO
 Airbus A320 -232 580  TC-ODB Onur Air in svc 14may16 IST-AYT-IST-ADB-IST ex TC-FBJ
 Airbus A320 -232 1422  CS-TKV Everjets delivery 13may16 BUD-MIR for further mx ex SX-BDT
 Airbus A320 -214 2529  D-ASPG Small Planet Airlines delivery 13may16 VIE-PAD ex OE-LEA
 Airbus A320 -232 2844  LZ-BHG BH Air ferried 18may16 DEL-SOF after wet-lease to SpiceJet ex VT-INA
 Airbus A320 -214 4207  TC-FBH FreeBird Airlines ferried 17may16 AYT-DEL prior wet-lease to SpiceJet ex F-WWBP
 Airbus A320 -214 6347  A7-LAA Qatar Airways ferried 18may16 DOH-OTP-SNN for paint into standard cs ex F-WWBV
 Airbus A320 -214 7115  D-AIUT Lufthansa delivery 17may16 XFW-MUC ex D-AVVL
 Airbus A320 -214 7121  D-AEWG Eurowings delivery 18may16 XFW-DUS ex D-AVVM
 Airbus A321 -211 2342  SP-HAW Small Planet Polska ferried 16may16 WAW-BUD for cabin config prior paint ex VP-BWP
 Airbus A321 -211 2903  SP-HAX Small Planet Polska delivery 12may16 SVO-WAW, VP-reg ex VP-BQR
 Airbus A321 -211 2912  SP-HAY Small Planet Polska ferried 17may16 WOE-BUD after paint for cabin config ex VP-BQS
 Airbus A321 -211 3191  SP-HAZ Small Planet Polska ferried 17may16 WAW-MST for paint ex VP-BRW
 Airbus A321 -211 5919  VP-BPC S7 Airlines UTair Aviation cs, delivery 12may16 LETL-DME ex D-AZAG
 Airbus A321 -231 6621  N162AA American Airlines delivery 17may16 BFM-DFW ex F-WZMB

Sunday, 8 May 2016

Airbus Updates No.1500

Airbus A320 -233 7088  XA-VLQ Volaris delivery 06may16 TLS-KEF-BGR-MEX ex F-WWDM
 Airbus A320 -214 7096  A6-AOM Air Arabia delivery 06may16 TLS-SHJ ex F-WWIH
 Airbus A320 -232 7100  VT-TTK Vistara delivery 04may16 TLS-RKT-DEL ex F-WWIK
 Airbus A321 -111 535  SX-ABD Olympus Airways ferried / in svc 06-07may16 CRA-ATH-KIV-AYT-KIV for Air Moldova, still in Jubba Airways cs ex F-GYAN
 Airbus A321 -211 1960  OY-VKD Thomas Cook Scandinavia ferried 03may16 EMA-MMX after paint into new cs, was last A321 in old cs ex G-EFPA
 Airbus A321 -231 2211  YL-LCQ smartLynx Airlines delivery 06may16 WOE-LGW, to ops for Thomas Cook Airlines ex SE-RDN
 Airbus A321 -211 2912  SP-HAY Small Planet Polska ferried 06may16 WAW-WOE for paint ex VP-BQS
 Airbus A321 -232 2933  N933AG ACG Acquisitions ferried 06may16 BUD-PGF ex VQ-BRU
 Airbus A321 -211 5779  VP-BPO S7 Airlines UTair Aviation cs, delivery 05may16 LETL-DME prior paint ex D-AZAX
 Airbus A321 -231 7069  N160AN American Airlines delivery 03may16 XFW-BGR-DFW ex D-AVXY
 Airbus A321 -231 7105  EC-MLD Vueling delivery 06may16 XFW-BCN ex D-AZAL
 Airbus A330 -343 349  OY-VKG Thomas Cook Scandinavia ferried 04may16 OSL-DUB for paint into new cs ex F-WWYG
 Airbus A340 -313 215  EC-MFB Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas posn 03may16 LETL-MAD after storage "Virgen de la Macarena - Portugalete" ex A9C-LH
 Airbus A340 -313 374  M-VVIP Air X Charter seen regd at BOH 07may16, all white ex 4R-ADF
 Airbus A340 -313 406  3DC- Swaziland Government ferried 04may16 VCV-TPE, B-reg for cabin config prior delivery ex B-18802
 Airbus A340 -642 767  D-AIHO Lufthansa ferried 04may16 MUC-LETL for interim storage for up to 2 years ex F-WWCN

Airbus Updates No.1499

Airbus A319 -133ACJ 1589  T7-MAB ? seen regd at BSL 26apr16 prior delivery to? ex VP-CIE
 Airbus A319 -111 1803  OO-SSL Brussels Airlines delivery 04may16 OSR-BRU ex OE-IEE
 Airbus A319 -111 2240  EI-FML Volotea delivery 04may16 OSR-NTE ex N929FR
 Airbus A319 -111 2241  VP-BNJ Rossiya Airlines ferried 04may16 VNO-LED after transfer ex N930FR
 Airbus A319 -132 2872  CC-CPO Lan Peru ferried / in svc 03/05may16 MEX-LIM-SCL-LIM-CUZ after paint into LATAM cs ex D-AVWJ
 Airbus A319 -111 3615  5A-ONC Afriqiyah Airways ferried 05may16 SOF-MJI after repairs from heavy fighting at TIP 13jul14 ex D-AVYM
 Airbus A319 -111 3700  D-ABGQ Air Berlin delivery 04may16 MAD-DUS ex EC-LRZ
 Airbus A319 -132 4389  PT-TME TAM first in svc 05may16 GRU-BSB-GYN after paint into LATAM ex D-AVXH
 Airbus A320 -231 316  ER-AXJ Fly One no titl, basic Myanmar Airways Int´l cs, first in svc 04may16 KIV-AYT-KIV ex XY-AGL
 Airbus A320 -212 466  2-SRCB ACG Acquisitions ferried 29apr/07may16 DMK-RKT-BUD-NQY ex HS-RCB
 Airbus A320 -214 883  LY-SPH Small Planet Airlines ferried 04may16 KUN-VNO in transfer ex SP-HAE
 Airbus A320 -233 1351  LV-BRY LAN Argentina ferried 03may16 SJO-EZE after paint into LATAM cs ex CC-COE
 Airbus A320 -214 2233  VP-BWM ? delivery 07may16 KUN-BEY ex F-WWII
 Airbus A320 -232 2422  N676AW WTCT ferried 03may16 SAL-TPA ex F-WWBB
 Airbus A320 -214 3540  D-A Air Berlin ferried 06may16 QSC-GIG, PR-reg after paint prior delivery ex PR-MHV
 Airbus A320 -232 6474  VP-CGX Saudi Gulf Airlines delivery 04may16 TLS-DMM ex F-WXAK
 Airbus A320 -216 6972  JA02DJ AirAsia Japan delivery 02-03may16 TLS-CAI-MCT ex F-WWBO
 Airbus A320 -214 7038  VP-BEO Aeroflot delivery 03may16 TLS-SVO ex F-WWDU
 Airbus A320 -232 7086  ZK-OXL Air New Zealand delivery 07may16 TLS-MCT ex F-WWIZ
 Airbus A320 -214 7087  D-AEWF Eurowings delivery 04may16 XFW-DUS ex D-AVVH

Saturday, 30 April 2016

Airbus Updates No.1498

Delta Orders 37 A321s

Third Delta A321ceo order in three years

Atlanta, Georgia (U.S.) – based Delta Air Lines has placed an order for 37 A321ceo aircraft. This order follows previous Delta orders for the Current Engine Option version of the largest Airbus A320 Family member in 2013 and 2014. Delta took delivery of its first A321 in March 2016. Including that aircraft and today’s announcement, Delta has ordered a total of 82 A321s. Each will be powered by CFM56  engines from CFM International.
"The Airbus A320 family of aircraft continues to be a cost-efficient, reliable and customer-pleasing mainstay of our narrowbody fleet," said Ed Bastian, Delta's incoming chief executive. "The order for the A321s is an opportunistic fleet move that enables us to produce strong returns and cost-effectively accelerate the retirement of Delta's 116 MD-88s in a capital efficient manner."
“Delta is an industry leader in many ways, not the least of which is contributing to the trend toward larger, more fuel-efficient aircraft for their single-aisle fleet,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer – Customers. “The A320 Family continues to be the backbone of every airline in the world that is paying attention to what their passengers want and their investors need. In 2015, nearly 40 percent of our A320 Family deliveries were A321s, up some 10 percent from the previous year. Our customers, like Delta, know where to find the best comfort, economy and reliability.” 
All of Delta’s A321s will feature fuel-saving Sharklets – lightweight composite wingtip devices that offer up to 4 percent fuel-burn savings. This environmental benefit gives airlines the option of extending their range up to 100 nautical miles/185 kilometres or increasing payload capacity by some 1000 pounds/450 kilograms.
Many of Delta’s A321s will be delivered from the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama. Aircraft assembly there began in July 2015, with the first aircraft, an A321ceo, being delivered April 25, 2016. By the end of 2017, the Mobile facility is expected to produce four aircraft per month, most going to Airbus’ U.S. customers.
As of the end of March 2016, Delta was flying a fleet of 165 Airbus aircraft, including 127 A320 Family members and 38 A330 widebodies. In addition to its A320 Family aircraft orders, the airline has a backlog of 5 A330-300, 25 A330-900 and 25 A350 XWB aircraft. 

Airbus Updates No.1497

China Eastern Airlines orders 20 Airbus A350 XWB

Endorsement pushes Airbus’ A350 XWB firm order book above 800

China Eastern Airlines has signed a purchase agreement with Airbus for 20 A350-900 aircraft, making the airline the latest customer for the aircraft.
“The introduction of the latest generation A350 XWB aircraft demonstrates that the partnership between China Eastern Airlines and Airbus has embarked on a new phase. The introduction of A350 XWB will play a very important role in promoting our operational capability, profitability and service brand on our international long haul routes and opening a new chapter in the international development of China Eastern Airlines,” said Liu Shaoyong, Chairman of China Eastern Airlines. 
“We are proud to welcome China Eastern Airlines, a long time and loyal Airbus partner, to become the latest airline to select the A350 XWB,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer – Customers. “The outstanding A350’s long haul performance, fuel efficiency and passenger comfort with its extra wide cabin and wider-seats, will allow China Eastern Airlines to achieve its ambitions to develop and efficiently expand its international route network.” 
China Eastern Airlines operates one of the largest Airbus fleet in the world with nearly 300 Airbus aircraft in service, comprising A320 Family and A330 Family. 
The A350 XWB is the world’s latest generation airliner and the newest member of Airbus’ modern, comfortable & efficient wide-body product family. It features the latest aerodynamic design, carbon fiber fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines. Together, these latest technologies translate into unrivalled levels of operational efficiency, with a 25 per cent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs. For passengers the extra-wide cabin offers more personal space in all classes, including 18-inch wide seats as standard in economy class.
With this latest order, Airbus has recorded 803 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 43 customers worldwide, making it one of the most successful wide-body aircraft ever. So far 20 A350 XWBs have been delivered to five customers worldwide.

Airbus Updates No.1496

Philippine Airlines finalises order for the A350 XWB

Future flagship of airline’s long haul fleet for services to US and Europe

Philippine Airlines (PAL) has finalised a purchase agreement with Airbus covering the firm order of six A350-900s, plus six options. The contract firms up a Memorandum of Understanding announced earlier this year during the Singapore Airshow.
The A350 XWB will become the flagship of PAL’s future long haul fleet and will be configured with a premium three class layout. The airline will operate the aircraft on non-stop flights to the US, as well as on services to new destinations in Europe. 
“We are pleased to finalise this important order and are now defining the final layout for the aircraft,” said Jaime J. Bautista, President & COO of Philippine Airlines. “With the A350 we will introduce a whole new level of comfort for long haul flights, with more personal space in all classes, a quieter cabin and the very latest on-board amenities. At the same time we will benefit from the A350’s enhanced efficiency and ability to fly non-stop on even our longest sector from New York to Manila, all year round.”
“The order from Philippine Airlines underscores A350 XWB’s position as the aircraft of choice in the larger twin aisle category,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. “The A350 XWB has set new standards, combining extra-long range capability with the lowest operating costs of any aircraft in its class. It will be the perfect aircraft for Philippine Airlines to reinforce its position as one of Asia’s leading premium carriers, especially on its longest intercontinental routes.”
The A350 XWB is the newest member of the Airbus widebody family. Featuring the most modern aerodynamic design, carbon fibre fuselage and wings, plus new fuel-efficient Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines, the A350 XWB brings a 25 percent reduction in fuel burn and emissions, and significantly lower maintenance costs. For passengers the extra-wide cabin offers more personal space, including 18-inch wide seats as standard in economy class.
To date, Airbus has recorded 783 firm orders for the A350 XWB from 42 customers worldwide, already making it one of the most successful widebody aircraft ever.

Airbus Updates No.1495

Air Côte D’Ivoire orders two A320neos and two A320s

First order of the A320neo in Africa

Air Côte D’Ivoire, the national airline of Ivory Coast based in Abidjan, has signed a firm order for two A320neo and two A320 aircraft. The agreement makes Air Côte D’Ivoire the first African airline to order the A320neo. The airline’s first purchase agreement directly with Airbus also makes Air Côte D’Ivoire a new customer. 
Air Côte D’Ivoire selected the A320 Family for its wider cabin, low operating costs and excellent fuel efficiency. The airline has selected CFM engines for their A320 fleet. Air Côte D’Ivoire currently operates five Airbus aircraft on lease; 4 A319s and 1 A320. 
The aircraft will feature a 2-class cabin layout. The new aircraft will fit seamlessly into the airline’s current fleet, thanks to Airbus’ fleet commonality, and best-in-class passenger comfort of any single aisle aircraft. 
“With these new aircraft Air Côte d’Ivoire will position itself as a flagship airline in the region by offering its passengers the best on-board services. Air Côte d’Ivoire will also improve its punctuality and reliability thanks to these latest-generation Airbus aircraft,” said General Abdoulaye Coulibaly, Chairman of the Board. 
“We are very pleased to welcome Air Côte D’Ivoire as our first customer for the A320neo in Africa. Our A320neo and A320 will offer Air Côte D’Ivoire the lowest operational costs and the highest seat comfort and widest cabins for its passengers. This order will play a key role in the development of Air Côte D’Ivoire with new routes to West and Central Africa,” said John Leahy, Airbus Chief Operating Officer, Customers. 
This new order will strengthen the airline’s network that reaches today 23 international routes throughout West and Central Africa and 5 domestic destinations in Ivory Coast.

Thursday, 28 April 2016

Airbus Updates No.1494

 Airbus A321 -211 7090  B-8405 China Eastern delivery 25-26apr16 XFW-TSE-PVG ex D-AZAG
 Airbus A330 -243 254  G-MLJL Thomas Cook Airlines ferried 23apr16 MAN-DUB for paint into new cs ex F-WWKT
 Airbus A330 -243 309  OY-VKF Thomas Cook Scandinavia ferried 22apr16 DUB-MAN after paint into new cs ex G-CSJS
 Airbus A330 -301 1716  N827NW Delta Air Lines delivery 28apr16 TLS-MSP ex F-WWYE
 Airbus A330 -243F 1722  TC-JOV Turkish Airlines Cargo delivery 28apr16 TLS-IST ex F-WWCI
 Airbus A340 -313 374  9H- Air X Charter delivery 25apr16 CMB-BOH, 4R-reg ex 4R-ADF
 Airbus A340 -642 723  G-VBLU Virgin Atlantic ferried 22/27apr16 LHR-LGW-SFB for part-out & scrap ex F-WWCS

Airbus Updates No.1493

Airbus A319 -133ACJ 1468  0001 Fuerza Aérea Venezolana re-delivery 26apr16 LDE-CCS, no titl ex YV2984
 Airbus A319 -112 1612  SX-BHN Olympus Airways ferried 26apr16 ATH-CRA ex N612MX
 Airbus A319 -112 1805  VP-BBT Rossiya Airlines ferried 21/25apr16 ROV-URR-VNO-LED on transfer ex C-GKNW
 Airbus A319 -111 2030  OO-SSS Brussels Airlines delivery 25-27apr16 TPA-BGR-KEF-OSR, N-reg for paint ex N924FR
 Airbus A319 -111 2241  VP-BNJ Donavia ferried 26apr16 ROV-VNO for transfer to Rossiya Airlines ex N930FR
 Airbus A319 -111 2243  VP-BWL Aurora ferried 26-27apr16 SEN-OVB-VVO after paint into same cs ex D-AVWV
 Airbus A320 -214 533  YL-LCL smartLynx Airlines ferried 26apr16 BCN-BHX on summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines ex EI-DDL
 Airbus A320 -233 902  LY-VEI Avion Express ferried 25apr16 ARN-MAN after wet-lease to Norwegian on summer-lease to Thomas Cook Airlines ex B-6049
 Airbus A320 -233 1626  LY-VEN Avion Express ferried 24apr16 CMN-NCL in summer lease to Thomas Cook Airlines ex CC-COM
 Airbus A320 -214 2529  D-ASPG Small Planet Airlines Germany ferried 24apr16 VIE-OSR, OE-reg for paint prior delivery ex OE-LEA
 Airbus A320 -214 2619  D-ASPH Small Planet Airlines Germany for delivery early may16 ex OSR ex D-ABDB
 Airbus A320 -232 4270  TF-SIS Wow Air ferried 26apr16 EMA-KEF after paint into violet cs ex LZ-MDC
 Airbus A320 -214 5209  PR-MYU TAM ferried 27-28apr16 AQA-CNF-SID-MLA ex F-WWBJ
 Airbus A320 -214 6950**  B-8391 China Eastern delivery 23apr16 TSN-PVG ex B-000Q
 Airbus A320 -214 7066  RP-C4108 Cebu Pacific Airlines delivery 23-24apr16 TLS-DWC-HAN-MNL ex F-WWDT
 Airbus A320 -232 7109  EC-MLE Vueling delivery 25apr16 XFW-BCN ex D-AVVK
 Airbus A321 -131 631  B-MAG Air Macau ferried 24-25apr16 MFM-NRT-GDX-ANC-GYR on return to lessor ex CS-MAG
 Airbus A321 -211 1960  OY-VKD Thomas Cook Scandinavia ferried 24apr16 CPH-EMA for paint, last A321 in old cs ex G-EFPA
 Airbus A321 -231 6512  N965JT jetBlue delivery 25apr16 BFM-LCQ 1st US-assembled Airbus ex F-WZMA
 Airbus A321 -231 7076  B-8541 Capital Airlines delivery 28apr16 XFW-TSE ex D-AZAB