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Jetstar Japan has announced plans to acquire three long-range Airbus A321LRs to boost capacity in its home market and for expansion into medium-haul routes.


Launch customer Arkia Airlines from Israel has taken delivery of the world's first A321LR after an offical ceremony at Airbus' Hamburg facility


Airbus has secured certification from regulators in Europe and the United States for its A321LR to operate long-range flights, including over-water routes.


Jetstar chief executive Gareth Evans says there are a number of potential new routes that could be opened up with the addition of the A321LR to the fleet.

Civil Aviation

Airbus is considering enhancements to its A321neo LR narrowbody that would increase the fuel carrying capacity and add extra range to the aircraft, news reports says. The Reuters news agency reported on June 18 the potential new aircraft had the working title A321XLR and would be of the same size as the existing A321neoLR. The

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