Our strategy is to focus on the most modern, efficient and desirable aircraft types, working closely with our airline and investor customers to meet their specific requirements.


152 aircraft

The 737 delivers superior reliability, fuel efficiency and high-value returns that operators require in today's competitive market. Its exceptional versatility and lower maintenance and operating costs provide a competitive edge regardless of business model or market.


116 aircraft

The A320 is capable of flying routes ranging from short European commuter sectors and charter operations to coast-to-coast U.S. flights, and more. It’s advanced technology includes the extensive use of weight-saving composites, an optimised wing that is 20 % more efficient than previous designs, a centralised fault display for easier troubleshooting and lower maintenance costs, along with Airbus’ fly-by-wire flight controls.


192 aircraft

The NEO Family continues Airbus’ reputation for pioneering technical solutions. These single-aisle jetliners incorporate two new engine choices, along with the fuel-saving Sharklets wingtip devices and a further optimised passenger cabin to deliver unbeatable efficiency and comfort. Improvements for the A320neo Family result in a per-seat fuel burn saving of 20 % compared to current engine option (CEO) jetliners by 2020, along with additional range, reduced engine noise and lower emissions.

B737 Max

133 aircraft

The 737 MAX family of aircraft is designed to deliver more advanced technology from nose to tail: new engines, new winglets, new flight deck displays and the passenger-preferred Boeing Sky interior, with more seats.


2 aircraft

The A319 enables carriers around the world to benefit from the aircraft’s range options and seat layout versatility. The A319 has the same optimised cabin cross-section as the other A320 Family members – which is the widest single-aisle fuselage on the market and sets the standards for passenger cabin adaptability in this segment. This allows for top-of-the-range comfort with generous seat width, or an extra-wide aisle for fast turnarounds.


19 aircraft

The benchmark A320 Family’s largest member – the A321 – offers airline customers the best seat-mile costs of any single-aisle aircraft and seating capacities comparable to that of a widebody jetliner. Like each member in Airbus’ A320 Family of jetliners, the A321 offers the lowest fuel burn, emissions and noise footprint in its class and is capable of flying longer routes.


14 aircraft

The industry-leading technology of the 787 Dreamliner is creating remarkable opportunities for airlines around the world and dramatically improving the air travel experience. The 787’s unparalleled fuel efficiency and range flexibility enables carriers to profitably open new routes as well as optimize fleet and network performance.


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The latest in widebody technology the A350 XWB benefits from being built with over 70 per cent advanced materials; combining carbon composites (53 per cent), titanium and modern aluminium alloys, to create a lighter and more cost-efficient aircraft while also reducing maintenance requirements. The latest generation Rolls-Royce Trent XWB engines are quieter and more efficient.The combination of these advantages result in 25 per cent lower operating costs, fuel burn and C02 emissions when compared with previous-generation aircraft – showing Airbus’ commitment to protecting the environment while remaining at the cutting edge of air travel

Aircraft Type Owned Managed Committed Total
B737-800 92 60 - 152
A320-200 83 33 - 116
A320neo 42 9 141 192
A321neo 2 4 39 45
A321-200 9 10 - 19
A319-100 2 - - 2
B787-8 6 8 - 14
A350-900 8 1 - 9
B787-9 1 11 2 14
B737-MAX 6 11 116 133
A350-1000 - 1 - 1
Other - 20 - 20
Total 251 168 298 717