easyJet (London Luton) has confirmed an incremental order for fifty-six A320-200Ns and 101 A321-200NX. The British low-cost carrier has also converted an existing order for thirty-five A320-200Ns into A321-200NX.

"We are very pleased to be able to confirm this significant order which not only enables easyJet to replace its older aircraft with more efficient aircraft, a core component of our net zero roadmap, but also provides us the ability for disciplined growth, including the significant opportunity that upgauging brings," Chief Executive Johan Lundgren said.

The order was initially reported as a tentative commitment in October 2023.

The ch-aviation fleets module shows that the group's existing fleet, operated by easyJet UK, easyJet Europe, and easyJet Switzerland, comprises ninety-four A319-100s, 174 A320-200s, fifty-four A320-200Ns, and fifteen A321-200NX. easyJet had a previous unfulfilled order for 125 A320-200Ns and thirty-eight A321-200NX.