Jet2 plc, the parent holding of Jet2 (United Kingdom), has said in its quarterly financial report that it converted a further twelve options for A321-200NX aircraft, increasing its total firm order book for the A320neo Family aircraft to 110 units.

"These aircraft have reduced fuel consumption and resultant carbon emissions per seat, plus a much lower noise footprint against previous generation single-aisle aircraft models and will enable and Jet2holidays to grow more sustainably. To date, we have taken delivery of the first five aircraft, with a further six due to arrive next calendar year. Critically, this long‐term agreement with Airbus ensures certainty of aircraft supply well into the next decade," the leisure-focused low-cost carrier said.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that the airline operates five A321-200NX, three A321-200s, seven B737-300s, eighty-five B737-800s, and eight B757-200s. Its current A320neo Family order book comprises thirty-five A320-200Ns and seventy A321-200NX, all with CFM International LEAP-1A engines. The airline still holds a further 36 unconfirmed A320/1neo options.