Air Macau has taken delivery of its first Airbus A320neo jet, which is the 21st Airbus aircraft in its fleet.
The new A320neo, registered as B-MCK, features a total of 158 seats; eight seats in business class and 150 economy seats.
The new generation neo (new engine option) aircraft, which is more efficient than its predecessor A320ceo (current engine option) will be deployed on Air Macau’s regional routes. From its hub at Macau International Airport, the airline serves many destinations in Asia, including China, Taiwan and Japan.
Air Macau currently operates an all-Airbus fleet that already includes four A319, six A320 and 10 A321 aircraft. Additional A320neo and A321neo jets will be added to the fleet in the future, in order to replace the ceo generation Airbus aircraft.
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