Delta Air Lines (DL, Atlanta Hartsfield Jackson) took delivery of the world's last new-build A321-200 - its 127th of the type - on December 16, 2021.

N129DN (msn 10315) was ferried from Mobile Downtown to Minneapolis/St. Paul but has yet to be deployed into revenue service. Airbus ceased producing A320neo Family aircraft at its main assembly site at Toulouse Blagnac in late 2020 and has, since then, only built them at Mobile, AL.

Manufacturer data still shows twenty-seven A320ceo Family aircraft on firm order, but none will likely be delivered. Thirteen aircraft (six A320-200s and seven A321-200s) were due to deliver to IranAir (IR, Tehran Mehrabad) as a part of its giant order placed immediately after the lifting of the sanctions in early 2016 and then, in practice, dropped as the sanctions were reimposed. Seven A320-200s were ordered by Russia's Ural Airlines (U6, Ekaterinburg), which has since decided to only take A320neo Family aircraft and is unlikely to take the previous-generation jets. The remaining aircraft - two A319-100s and five A320-200s - are leftovers from orders placed by defunct carriers (Hamburg International (Hamburg Helmut Schmidt) and Mexicana (México City Int'l)) as well as China Aviation Supplies Holding Company.

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that Airbus built a total of 8,101 A320ceo Family aircraft the largest operators of which are American Airlines (399 units), China Eastern Airlines (291), and Delta Air Lines (240). In terms of aircraft ownership, the largest portfolio of A320ceo Family jets belongs to AerCap (2,626 aircraft), GECAS (1,255), and Avolon (826).