The A321XLR was recently announced after the success of their sales
The new A321XLR single-aisle jet will have a range up to 4,700nm (8,700km), with an enlarged central fuel tank and a reinforced landing gear. Additional centre fuel tank with 30% reduction in fuel burn per seat.
United has said they will be considering the A321XLR as a replacement for the 757
This is not a livery request but the current orders
Qantas has confirmed the A321XLR for their fleet and Jetstar fleet. Currently we know Qantas will receive some and jetstar will take the others. Do not forget they still have A320Neo on order. Plus they still have orders for the A321LR 😉
Partners group announced it would convert 18 of its previous A320neo order into A321XLR, and add another 32, for a total order of 50 of the new aircraft. Twenty of the A321XLRs should be allocated to Wizz Air, 18 to Frontier, and 12 to JetSMART
American Airlines also converted an existing order for 30 A321neo into A321 XLR and 20 additional orders
Deliveries expected to start in 2023
Engines: expected to use the same engines as the A321LR.
CFM Leap-1A or Pratt & Whitney PW1100G
This aircraft would be awesome to have infinite flight adding on to the current A321.