narrow-body aircraft

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Noun1.narrow-body aircraft - a commercial airliner with a single aisle
airliner - a commercial airplane that carries passengers
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Fly Leasing has entered into a definitive agreement with AirAsia Berhad and its subsidiary, Asia Aviation Capital, under which FLY will acquire 54 Airbus narrowbody aircraft and seven CFM engines on lease to AAB and its affiliates, and one Airbus narrowbody aircraft on lease to a third-party airline.
Usanee did not elaborate on the purchase plans, but research firm CAPA Centre for Aviation in November said the airline was looking to buy eight to nine narrowbody and 20 widebody jets for delivery from 2019 to 2022.
Public Relations Manager, Ibrahim Dahiru, said the former Southwest Airlines narrowbody is expected to be based out of Kano and is likely to be joined by two other unspecified airplanes, presumed B737s as well.
After collecting additional air and cabin crew in Malta, the narrowbody arrived in the African nation two days later.
The Commercial Aircraft Corp of China (Comac) has rolled out its C919 narrowbody airliner, which is intended to rival similar models from Airbus and Boeing.
has acquired four mid-life, narrowbody passenger aircraft on lease to airlines including Virgin America, Monarch Airlines, TAME, and South African Airways, the company said.
NEW DELHI -- India's largest domestic airline, IndiGo, has placed the single largest order ever for narrowbody aircraft by signing an agreement with Airbus for 250 A-320neo (new engine option) planes.
As it stands, Air India operates an extensive Airbus narrowbody fleet including 22 A319-100s, twenty A320-200s, and twenty A321-200s.
Currently in development, the Airbus A320NEO and the Boeing 737 MAX, with respective orders numbering in the hundreds, are re-engined versions of the two companies' current and very popular narrowbody airliner families.
The expected order for some 30 revamped 737 aircraft follows a contest lasting several months as the Luton-based carrier became the latest hotspot in a global battle for market share between two popular types of narrowbody jets.
Analysts forecast that 20,000 narrowbody planes will be produced in the next 20 years.
Dusseldorf is airberlin technik's largest facility and it has two hangars which cover a total area of 29,000m2, providing space for up to four widebody or 12 narrowbody aircraft.