Airbus A320neo with registration B-50022 is on the way to join the fleet of Tiger Air Taiwan. The second Airbus A320neo with MSN 10662 departed from Toulouse, France, to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
Tiger Air Airbus A320Neo departed today from Toulouse at 12:13, and with two stops at UAE and Thailand, the aircraft will finally land Taiwan on 2 August 2021. The aircraft will make two stops at Al Ain International Airport and Don Mueang International Airport, Thailand.
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A320 – B-50022 msn 10662 delivered to Tigerair Taiwan as ITW022 ( hexcode 899058 ) ex F-WWIR ( ignore FR24 ATR pic ) pic.twitter.com/WZK3jARMK5— DigitalAirliners (@TLSWatch) July 31, 2021
A320neo B-50022 Tiger Air
Tiger Air Taiwan, China Airlines’ low-cost subsidiary, has taken delivery of its second A320neo. This is the airline’s first 15 A320neo Family aircraft. The aircraft comprises a number of 180 economy class seats.
The cabin features have also been updated; passengers can now enjoy lighting that changes according to various situations, onboarding music, and a USB charging plug and iPad tablet support in each seat to make their journey more enjoyable.
Tiger Air Taiwan B-50022 was temporarily registered as F-WWIR and performed the first test flight on June 30, 2021, at Toulouse. The Tiger Air Taiwan officials accept the aircraft on July 27, 2021, at the Airbus facility in Toulouse.
Taiwan Tiger Air
Tiger Air Taiwan operates 11 Airbus A320Ceo aircraft and two Airbus A320Neo aircraft. Tigerair Taiwan connects 22 cities across six countries. Tigerair Taiwan, a low-cost airline, announced to lease eight Airbus A320neo aircraft and purchase another seven. Tigerair Taiwan would invest $729 million on the 15 narrowbody aircraft, according to the parent firm China Airlines. China Airlines revealed its intention to lease 25 A321neo aircraft for its own fleet, replacing aged Boeing 737-800s.
First Airbus A320neo with registration B-50021 was delivered on 31 March, 2021.