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IAG firms up two more Airbus A320neo for Iberia

Madrid, Spain - The Anglo-Spanish company International Airlines Group firmed up two more Airbus A320neo options for its Spanish subsidiary Iberia.

The two aircraft options have been finalized from an order agreement signed with Airbus in August 2013 for 100 A320neo. The planes are reserved for the Group's British subsidiary British Airways, and Spanish subsidiaries Iberia and Vueling.

Iberia's new Airbus A320neos will be powered by CFM International's Leap-1A engines. The planes are set for delivery in 2021. They will replace two older generation A320 jets in the Spanish carrier's fleet.

Iberia currently has four Airbus A320neo in service. With the addition of two new units, the operator has now 11 A320neo on order waiting to be delivered.



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