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Vietjet receives world’s first 240-seat A321neo ACF

Author: Theodore Koumelis / Date: Fri, 09/27/2019 - 07:59
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According to leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus, the A321neo ACF will be the model for Airbus to continue developing narrow-body aircrafts for longer haul flights such as the A321LR. 

Singapore – New-age carrier Vietjet has just added the world’s first 240-seat Airbus A321neo ACF (Airbus Cabin Flex) to its fleet.

The A321neo ACF aircraft has a revamped cabin structure to ensure comfortable seating areas and provide the optimal flight experience for passengers. The aircraft helps to reduce fuel consumption by at least 16 per cent and also reduces noise and emissions by up to 75 per cent and 50 per cent respectively.

Vietjet currently owns one of the world’s newest and most modern fleets with an average aircraft age of 2.7 years. With optimal operating costs, Vietjet brings a variety of reasonably priced opportunities for air travel. Vietjet also operates a fleet with the world’s top technical reliability of 99.64 per cent, serving a total of 129 domestic and international routes

According to leading aircraft manufacturer Airbus, the A321neo ACF will be the model for Airbus to continue developing narrow-body aircrafts for longer haul flights such as the A321LR. 

The A321neo ACF has arrived at Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh City morning (25 September 2019) and will start its flight operations immediately to serve Vietjet’s mid-haul flights.

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