The planes, with a catalog price of 127 million (about € 106 million) each, will serve to strengthen and modernize the fleet of Cathay Pacific's regional subsidiary Cathay Dragon, Airbus said in a statement. The new 32 aircraft replace 15 A320s and eight Cathay Dragon A321s. p>
The subsidiary Cathay Dragon, which covers 56 destinations in Asia, has barely made-up aircraft by Airbus: 23 A320 and 24 A330-300s. p>
The A321neo has a capacity of up to 240 passengers and provides a reduction in fuel consumption of up to 20% per seat.