German charter company Aero Lloyd has placed a repeat order with Airbus Industrie for one additional A320 and two A321 aircraft. This latest order brings to 19 the total number of A320-family aircraft that the German holiday carrier has undertaken to buy, on top of the eleven single-aisle Airbus aircraft it already has in service. The newly-ordered aircraft will be delivered in 2001. The A320s and A321s for Aero Lloyd are powered by International Aero Engines V2500. The A320s can seat up to 174 passengers, while the A321s can accommodate up to 210 passengers, both in a single class layout. Aero Lloyd is using the A320s and A321s on their route network between German and Austrian cities, and holiday destinations in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean, the Canary Islands, and the Near East. Aero Lloyd said it had based its decision on the...

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