VietJet Air to Order 20 Airbus A330-900 Aircraft

VietJet Air (Airbus A330-900neo)

VietJet Air has signed a memorandum of understanding to order 20 Airbus A330-900 aircraft. The announcement was made at the Singapore Airshow, held at the Changi Exhibition Centre adjacent to Singapore Changi Airport.

This marks the airline’s first order of wide-body aircraft, intending to replace the Airbus A330-300 aircraft currently introduced as lease aircraft. The new aircraft will be deployed on long-haul and high-demand regional routes.

VietJet Air’s CEO, Dinh Viet Phuong, commented, “The new A330neo is a strategic addition to modernize VietJet’s fleet comprehensively and enhance the operational capability supporting our global flight network expansion plans. The A330neo’s fuel-efficient, next-generation design aligns with our sustainable development strategy and ESG goals aiming for zero emissions by 2050. With the introduction of the A330neo, passengers will enjoy longer distances, well-equipped flights, and superior service at more competitive fares.”

The Airbus A330-900 aircraft are equipped with Rolls-Royce’s Trent 7000 engines and have a maximum range of 13,300 kilometers.

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