Sinceramente non so se esista già un thread specifico, ma la notizia la posto lo stesso.
Airbus sta per consegnare il primo A319neo
all China Southern Airlineshttps://simpleflying.com/china-southern-first-a319neo/https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Emzk_34XUAI ... name=small
Sotto, in poche righe, il riassunto dell'articolo, ovvero che l'A319neo è praticamente un fallimento.
Rare A319neo order
As mentioned in the beginning, China Southern’s A319neo is the fourth one ever produced. The aircraft has struggled to generate sales, with only 84 orders since its launch, despite the immense popularity of the larger A320neo. The largest customer of the A319neo is Sprit Airlines with 47 aircraft, followed by an undisclosed customer for 30 planes. Only two planes are currently in operation.
The remaining orders come from Air Cote d’Ivoire (two aircraft) and Government/Private Jets (five aircraft). Interestingly, Airbus does not list China Southern’s order as of the end of October.
The A319neo has also been overshadowed by the popular A220 family, which has seen much higher sales. However, China Southern’s rare order is a boost for the aircraft type and we could see more orders from the carrier in the future too.