IAG International Airlines Group has firmed options for fourteen A320neo Family aircraft, comprising eleven A320-200Ns and three A321-200Ns, with deliveries scheduled for 2024 and 2025.

The Anglo-Spanish holding held the rights as a part of its 2013 order for up to 190 Airbus A320neo Family narrowbodies. It has since gradually firmed them, including eight aircraft ordered in March 2022. The group did not disclose to which of its airlines the newly converted orders would be allocated, although it indicated that they would be used as replacements for old aircraft rather than for growth.

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that British Airways operates seventeen A320-200Ns and ten A321-200NXes, and has three more units of each type on order. Iberia operates thirteen A320-200Ns and five A321-200NX (through Iberia Express), and has four more A320-200Ns, seven A321-200Ns, and eight A321-200NY(XLR)s on firm order. Vueling's fleet comprises twenty-five A320-200Ns with eight more on order, alongside twelve A321-200Ns on order. Finally, Aer Lingus operates seven A321-200NX(LR)s and is in the process of inducting three A320-200Ns from CDB Aviation. It has an order for a further two A320-200Ns and six A321-200NX(XLR)s from the manufacturer.