Jetstar Airbus A320neo

QantasGroup currently has an order of 99 Airbus A320neo aircraft for Jetstar (the 737MAX orders for Jetstar and Qantas are still undecided, while Qantas might use some A320neo aircraft in its domestic fleet). The livery is still to be officially confirmed by Airbus, but the aircraft are expected to start flying between 2016 and 2022. In the meantime Jetstar is still operating its A320-200 aircraft.
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99? Why not 100?

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Oh yeah, that’s actually quite funny :-) Qantas has been adding aircraft to its order and now there is a huge backlog, and Airbus is expected to make 30 aircraft a month. Now I don’t know how that will happen…

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I love this aircraft and livery

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One thing I didn’t know was what “neo” actually meant. I thought it was a catchy, half-futuristic sort of name to make it sound newer, but for those who don’t know it actually means “new engine option”, as the engines have been upgraded to newer more efficient engines compared to the old A320.

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It means “New Enviroment Option” now.

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The real question is, why not? Lol. Really like this liverie

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I’m just going by their website which says it three times on the first page:

http://www.airbus.com/aircraftfamilies/passengeraircraft/a320family/spotlight-on-a320neo/

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