Thomas Cook Airlines A321. Artist's rendering: Courtesy, Airbus. Airbus announced that Thomas Cook Group ordered 12 CFM56-5B-powered Airbus A321s as a first step in its single-aisle fleet harmonization and renewal plan, which is based on the A320 family. The aircraft will be fitted with sharklets. CFM valued the engine order at more than $200 million and said the aircraft will be delivered in 2014. In addition to the firm order, Thomas Cook plans to acquire additional A320 ...

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