Jet2 (United Kingdom) (LS, Leeds/Bradford) disclosed in its annual report for the financial year March 31, 2022, that it has increased its A321-200N order book by three aircraft to 60.

The British leisure-focused low-cost carrier ordered thirty-six A321-200Ns with options for a further 24 in August 2021. It has been gradually increasing the commitment since then, both through new orders and the conversion of options. It currently has 15 options remaining, which would potentially increase the A321neo fleet to 75.

The first A321neo is due to deliver to Jet2 in early 2023 with the remaining 59 due by the end of 2029.

The ch-aviation fleets advanced module shows that the carrier's current-generation fleet comprises three A321-200s, seven B737-300s, seventy-seven B737-800s, and eight B757-200s. During this current busy summer season, the airline is also wet-leasing a substantial number of additional aircraft - currently one A321 from Hi Fly Malta, two A321s each from SmartLynx Airlines and SmartLynx Airlines Malta, two A321s and two B757-200s from Titan Airways, two A330-200s from AirTanker, and one A330-200 from Wamos Air.