Iberia (IB, Madrid Barajas) has expanded its A320-200neo order backlog by two jets, parent firm IAG International Airlines Group has announced.

In a stock market filing on Friday, June 28, the European carrier consortium said it had converted two of the 100 A320neo options it announced in August 2013 into firm orders for Iberia.

"These aircraft will be delivered in 2021 and will be used to replace two A320ceo in the airline's shorthaul fleet," it said. "They will be powered by CFM International LEAP-1A26 engines."

Iberia's fleet is currently an all-Airbus operation consisting of thirteen A319-100s, thirty-three A320ceo, four A320neo, fifteen A321ceo, sixteen A330-200s, eight A330-300s, seventeen A340-600s, and five A350-900s. In terms of outstanding orders, as of April 30, 2019, Iberia was due eleven more A320neo, seven A321neo, one A330-200, and sixteen A350-900s. During the recent 2019 Paris Air Show, IAG ordered eight A321neo(XLR)s for Iberia.