The Airbus A319neo equipped with Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines has just been certified by the European Aviation Safety Agency after a test campaign launched last April.
Last certification expected in the Airbus A320neo program: that of the A319neo equipped with Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines. It's done now. On November 29, the European Aviation Safety Agency issued its “flight ticket” after a test campaign that began on April 25 with the first flight of the Airbus A319neo, MSN6464, equipped with his pair of Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engines. Since then, the aircraft has accumulated close to 240 hours of flight over 90 missions. The Airbus A319neo, powered by the CFM Leap-1A, was certified on December 14, 2018. To date, the Airbus A319neo has accumulated 83 sales and commitments, including in its corporate version or VIP, the ACJ319neo, and whose two copies will be delivered this year. Deliveries of the airline version are expected to begin next year.