easyJet (London Luton) is working on securing new delivery slots for its long-term fleet renewal and growth plan beyond the aircraft it already has under contract from Airbus.

"We are now running a process to secure additional firm order positions for our longer-term fleet plan. This would allow easyJet to replace older aircraft with additional options to deliver future growth," the low-cost carrier said in a quarterly stock market update.

The LCC has outstanding orders for 160 aircraft, including 127 A320-200Ns and thirty-three A321-200NX. Deliveries are scheduled through 2028.

However, the firm-ordered A320neo Family aircraft will not be sufficient to fully replace the carrier's existing fleet of A320ceo Family aircraft. easyJet UK (U2, London Luton) operates fifty-eight A319-100s and seventy-five A320-200s, easyJet Europe (EC, Vienna) - another thirty-eight A319s and seventy-six A320s, and easyJet Switzerland (DS, Geneva) - twenty A320s, according to the ch-aviation fleets module.