Airbus wins new Croatia Airlines order

Airbus has announced a firm order for six of its A220-300 aircraft from Croatia Airlines, with plans for leasing an additional nine aircraft.

Airbus makes wings for all its commercial aircraft at its Broughton plant, near Chester, which employs around 5,000 staff.

Christian Scherer, Airbus chief commercial officer and head of international, responded: “We are thrilled to add Croatia Airlines as a new A220 customer.

“The A220 is ideally suited to Croatia’s aviation needs, providing operational flexibility and efficiency allowing its airline to pursue its ambition for both regional and international connectivity without compromising on any aspect, be it passenger comfort or trip and seat cost economics.”

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