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Azorra orders two ACJ TwoTwentys
Two ACJ TwoTwenty aircraft form part of a larger order placed by lessor Azorra with Airbus. The model is designed to combine intercontinental range with unmatched personal space and a flexible cabin.
An ACJ TwoTwenty is heading to Azorra in Florida.

Airbus has signed a purchase agreement with Florida-based aircraft lessor Azorra for twenty two A220 family aircraft, including two ACJ TwoTwentys and twenty A220-300s.

“We warmly welcome Azorra as a new Airbus partner and salute this decision by a renowned player in the regional aviation space," says Airbus chief commercial officer and head of Airbus International Christian Scherer.

"We are thrilled with the opportunity to expand Azorra's executive jet leasing business with the new ACJ TwoTwenty," says CEO John Evans. "Azorra's new partnership with Airbus and unique ability to offer fleet transition solutions for airlines and executive jet leases to business aviation customers are key differentiators that bring significant value to our customers.”

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