Hamburg - Vietnam Airlines has taken possession of the first of the 20 Airbus A321neo expected. The aircraft joined the 57 A321 that already in service with the Vietnamese carrier.

On November 14, the leasing company Aviation Capital Group handed over the first Airbus A321neo of the Vietnamese national airline in Hamburg.

The device is configured to accommodate eight passengers in business class and 195 in the economy. The company, which is continuously modernizing its fleet by adding new aircraft every year, is also among the youngest and most modern fleets in Asia.

Vietnam Airlines, among others, operates 12 A350-900 and eleven Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The company also has eight Boeing 787-10 on order). It flies to 21 domestic and 29 international destinations on 94 routes, with an average of 400 flights per day.