“Aeromexico” operates Boeing 737-700. Passenger aircraft Boeing 737-700 is representative of Next Generation series that belongs to the family of the two-engine narrow-bodies airplanes Boeing 737 that are used during short and medium-haul destinations.
“Delta Airlines” operates Airbus A321-200. Passenger airplane Airbus A321-200 is the further modification of the aircraft A320. That is why during construction of Airbus A321 configuration of the engines, systems and equipment was adopted from A320 model.
“Lufthansa” operates Airbus A320-200neo. Program of deep modernization of the family of medium-haul airplanes A320Neo (New Engine Option) was launched by European company Airbus in 2011 and was met with big enthusiasm.
“Air France” operates Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Boeing 787-9 is Boeing modification that has bigger passenger capacity (from 250 to 290 people depending on the cabin configuration) and increased cargo capacity.
“United Airlines” operates Boeing 777-300. Boeing 777-300ER became further development of the Boeing 777-300 model class.
“Spirit Airlines” operates Airbus A321-200. During construction of passenger airplane Airbus A321 the seat map remained almost the same as in Airbus A320.
“Spirit Airlines” operates Airbus A320 Neo. Modification A320Neo differs in new, more economy engines that allow increasing flying range more than by 500 miles, reduced noise and emissions’ level.
“Alaska Airlines” operates Embraer ERJ-175. For today Embraer is the fourth company in the world that manufactures passenger airplanes in number of personnel (after Boeing, Airbus and Canadian Bombardier) and the third in number of constructed airplanes (after Boeing and Airbus).
“Spirit Airlines” operates Airbus A320-200. 150-seat Airbus A320 appeared to be the most sold airplane of Airbus Industrie during entire history of the company.
“Spirit Airlines” operates Airbus A319-100. Airbus A319 is one of the models from Airbus A320 family shortened by 3.73 meters as compared to A320.