Thomas Cook Group has ordered 12 Airbus A321-200s as part of its fleet harmonisation and renewal plan. The aircraft will be fitted with Airbus Sharklet wing-tips. The airline is also planning to lease more A320-family aircraft from operating lessors to add to its current fleet of 10 A320s and four A321-200s. The new A321 order will likely replace the nine Boeing 757-200s and two Boeing 757-300s Thomas Cook has been flying. The new Sharklets, say Airbus, enhance the eco-efficiency and payload-range performance of the A320 family and are expected to result in at least 3.5% reduced fuel burn over longer
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