US low-cost carrier JetBlue Airways has placed a follow-on order for 15 Airbus A321ceos and 15 A321neos. New York-based JetBlue, which already operates A321s, will have the option to switch the A321neos to the longer-range A321LR variant from 2019. “We intend to deploy many of these aircraft to expand our successful Mint experience and our West Coast presence,” JetBlue president and CEO Robin Hayes said. Airbus will deliver the first of the 15 additional A321ceos in 2017, ...

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