Airbus A320neo

The Airbus A320neo family ( neo for new engine option ) is a development of the A320 family of narrow-body airliners produced by Airbus. The original family has been renamed A320ceo, for current engine option . Launched on 1 December 2010, it made its first flight on 25 September 2014 and it was introduced by Lufthansa on 25 January 2016. Re-engined with CFM International LEAP-1A or Pratt & Whitney PW1000G engines and with large sharklets, it should be 15% more fuel efficient. Three variants are based on the previous A319, A320 and A321. As of December 2018, Airbus has received 6,526 orders and delivered 635 aircraft.

Requests for aircraft
1.better cockpit
2.new engine sounds
3.APU option
4. new landing gear (better suspension)

Liveries
The following table shows total firm orders of A320neo family aircraft by customer and variant. In the engine part, the boxes filled in with a * signify that the airline has ordered all their A320neo jets with that particular engine.

Order date(s) Customer A319neo A320neo A321neo Total CFM[a] PW[b]
N/A Air Calin 2 2 *
N/A Arctic Aviation Assets 5 5
N/A BOC Aviation 67 21 88 *
N/A CDB Leasing 58 32 90 *[4]
N/A Druk Air 1 1 *[7]
N/A Goshawk Aviation 20 20
N/A Governments; Executive and Private Jets 3 6 9
N/A JetSmart 56 14 70
N/A Loong Air 2 2
N/A Macquarie Financial Holdings PTY Limited 20 20
N/A Shenzhen Airlines 27 27 *[9]
N/A Spring Airlines 45 15 60 *[10]
N/A Timaero Ireland 20 20
N/A Undisclosed customers 11 401 412
N/A Virgin America 30 30
N/A Viva Air 27 27 *
22 June 2018 Aegean Airlines 20 10 30 *[1]
14 December 2017 Delta Air Lines 100 100 *
19 September 2017 Cathay Pacific 32 32 *
28 April 2017 Nile Air 2 2
16 January 2017 Flynas 80 80 *[8]
27 December 2016 Iran Air 32 32
20 October 2016 Peach 8 2 10
15 August 2016 Tunisair 5 5
13 July 2016 Synergy Aerospace 62 62
11 July 2016 Germania 25 25 *
21 April 2016 Air Côte d’Ivoire 2 3 5
29 March 2016 Czech Airlines 7 7
23 March 2016 China Eastern Airlines 70 70 *[5]
13 November 2015 TAP Portugal 13 24 37 *
5 November 2015 Iberia 16 4 20 *
3 November 2015 Korean Air 30 30 *
18 September 2015 Croatia Airlines 4 4
14 September 2015, 15 November 2017 Wizz Air 72 184 256 *
6 August 2015 British Airways 25 10 35 *
6 August 2015 Vueling 47 47 *
31 July 2015 Asiana Airlines 25 25 *
16 June 2015 GE Capital Aviation Services 173 47 220 *
13 January 2015 Yemenia 8 8
12 January 2015 China Aircraft Leasing Group Holdings 132 1 133 18
1 December 2014 Azul Brazilian Airlines 16 2 18 *
17 September 2014 Swiss International Air Lines 10 5 15 15
14 July 2014 Vivaaerobus.com 40 40 *
17 June 2014 Hong Kong Aviation Capital 40 30 70
15 June 2014 SMBC Aviation Capital 110 110 35 30
1 June 2014 Air New Zealand 6 14 20 *
5 May 2014 Royal Brunei Airlines 7 7 *
27 March 2014 ANA Holdings 11 22 33 *
24 March 2014 Scoot 39 39 *
19 February 2014 Kuwait Airways 15 15
11 February 2014 VietJet Air 73 73 63
17 November 2013 Etihad Airways 10 26 36 26
11 July 2013 EasyJet 100 30 130 *
1 April 2013 Air China 33 33 *[2]
25 March 2013 Hawaiian Airlines 16 16 *
18 March 2013 Lion Air 113 65 178 *
15 March 2013 Turkish Airlines 92 92 *
23 January 2013 American Airlines 100 100 *
21 December 2012 Citilink 25 25 *[6]
18 December 2012 Pegasus Airlines 57 43 100 *
17 December 2012, 7 December 2018 Avolon 95 25 120 *[3]
7 December 2012 Middle East Airlines 11 11 *
13 November 2012 Interjet 28 28
3 September 2012 Gulf Air 12 17 29 *
30 August 2012 ICBC Leasing 25 13 38 *
28 August 2012 Philippine Airlines 21 21 *
9 July 2012 Arkia 3 3 *
8 June 2012 Norwegian Air Shuttle 65 30 95 50
6 June 2012 Air Lease Corporation 17 141 158 20 30
26 January 2012 Avianca 20 100 17 137 *
29 December 2011 Spirit Airlines 43 43 *
27 December 2011, 15 November 2017 Volaris 76 34 110 *
15 November 2011 Aviation Capital Group 60 17 77 18 12
15 November 2011 Qatar Airways 50 50 *
14 November 2011 ALAFCO 75 10 85 *
8 November 2011, 15 November 2017 Frontier Airlines 180 34 214 *
27 October 2011 JetBlue 85 85 *
6 October 2011 Qantas 45 54 99 *
10 August 2011 CIT Group 49 1 50 15 30
10 August 2011 Lufthansa 67 40 101 40 60
9 August 2011 Garuda Indonesia 8 8 *
8 August 2011 Cebu Pacific 32 32 *
23 June 2011 AirAsia 304 100 404 *
23 June 2011 GoAir 144 144 *
22 June 2011 IndiGo 280 150 430 *
22 June 2011 LATAM Airlines Group 36 19 55 *
20 June 2011 Scandinavian Airlines 65 65 *
27 April 2011 AerCap 181 80 261 60 100

source: wikipedia

Hello!

Your topic is unfortunately a duplicate of this:

I am aware of that but others disregard it…

Nevertheless, you should not really open a duplicate feature request without the say-so of a moderator…

We already have some Neos in the sim, I don’t think they need it as a whole new aircraft :)

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No we don’t? We have the A319/20/21CEOs (current engine option).

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Yes but they also have the sharklets. I don’t think it’s worth a whole new aircraft

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The other topic has 19 votes… we’ll see what the moderators decide to do. For the future, it’s best to flag an older feature request for its closure before you create a new one.

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To add on to what others said, it appears that you copied and pasted almost all of this info from Wikipedia. If I were you, I would try to avoid plagiarisim.

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Adding on to what @Dylan_M said, you can link the article, just don’t plagerise it

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