Japan’s ANA Holdings has finalized its order for four Sharklet-equipped Airbus A321ceos and three A321neos, increasing its A320 family commitment to 37 aircraft. The deal marks the finalization of ANA’s January fleet announcement, when it detailed plans to take the seven Airbus aircraft, along with three Boeing 787-10s and five 737-800s. ANA already has 30 A320neo family aircraft—seven A320neos and 23 A321neos—on order from a deal signed in July 2014. This takes ...

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