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easyJet took delivery of their first A320neo roughly a year ago in June 2017 (Photo: Airbus)

The ‘Neo’ Kid in the Fleet: What’s New for the Pilot?

On Wednesday, easyJet took delivery of their first Airbus A320neo. The aircraft, registered G-UZHA, was the first of what will be many deliveries that will take place over the next five years. 99 A320neos and 30 A321neos (starting from Summer 2018) will be handed over from Airbus in the coming years. On average, Airbus has been delivering a new easyJet aircraft every 17 days. easyJet's first A320neo departed Toulouse at 14:26 local time flying to Paris-Orly on a 54-minute flight…