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CDB Aviation Leases Two A320neo Aircraft To Aer Lingus

CDB Aviation, a fully owned Irish subsidiary of China Development Bank Financial Leasing Co., has agreed to lease two Airbus A320neo planes to Aer Lingus for delivery this summer.


Photo Insert: The pair of A320neo aircraft, which have 186 seats in an all-economy configuration, will be delivered to Aer Lingus in July 2022 and will form the backbone of the airline's short-haul fleet.



The deal represents the entry of the airline's first A320neo type into its expanding fleet.


“These latest generation aircraft will well complement Aer Lingus’ strategic investments in their future fuel-efficient, modern fleet.” said Peter Goodman, CDB Aviation's Chief Marketing Officer.



Lynne Embleton, CEO of Aer Lingus, added, "The new generation Airbus A320neo aircraft is much more sustainable in terms of fuel burn and CO2 emissions, and this is not only important to Aer Lingus but also to our customers. Equally, the more environmentally friendly aircraft incur lower landing charges in some key airports, so these new A320neos will help us to reduce costs,”


The aircraft, which have 186 seats in an all-economy configuration, will be delivered to Aer Lingus in July 2022 and will form the backbone of the airline's short-haul fleet, flying between Ireland and European locations.


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Aer Lingus is a part of IAG, the world's first airline group to pledge to attain net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The organization hopes to achieve a 10% decrease in CO2 per passenger kilometer by 2025 and a 20% reduction in net emissions by 2030.



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