Women lead Viva Aerobus 70th aircraft delivery

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Mexican low-cost airline Viva Aerobus has taken delivery of an Airbus A321neo, in a special event led entirely by women.

The delivery was spearheaded by a team of female professionals from various departments of airline operations, including pilots, engineers, flight planners, and legal team members, as the Reportur elaborated. The team has been dubbed Mujeres Viva by the airline.

Viva Aerobus latest Airbus A321neo arrived at the airline’s base at Monterrey International Airport (MTY), Mexico, on March 16, 2023. The aircraft was flown in from Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport (XFW), Germany, making stops in Keflavík (KEF), Iceland and Bangor (BGR), United States during its journey.

The air carrier’s latest plane, registered as XA-VXI, is already the 19th A321neo in Viva Aerobus fleet of a total of 70 A320-family aircraft. According to data from CH-Aviation, the airline is set to receive 17 more A321neo jets in the future. The airline also operates other Airbus aircraft variants, including A320neos, A320-200s, and A321-200s.

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