Hamburg International, a German charter airline, ordered 14 A319s and took options on a further six. The contract was signed in December, Airbus said. Engine choice and delivery dates were not announced. According to ATW's "World Airline Report," the carrier currently operates six leased 737-700s, which it will replace with the new aircraft. The airline was established in 1998 and operates on behalf of tour operators and charterers and also provides executive charter and corporate flight ...

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