Aegean Airlines ordered six additional IAE V2500-powered A320s, bringing to 25 the number of A320 family aircraft, including two A321s, to which the Greek carrier has committed. The new order is valued at more than $1.5 billion at list prices and will be part of the airline's effort to replace 15 737 Classics. Aegean intends to grow its fleet by 2-3 aircraft per year. It has taken delivery of three A320s this year.

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