Chile’s SKY takes delivery of its first A321neo.

Low cost carrier SKY has taken delivery of its first A321neo leased from Air Lease Corporation, becoming the first airline in Chile to operate the A321neo.

See also: SKY Airline increases its flights in Peru.

SKY’s A321neo aircraft are powered by CFM Leap-1A engines and can seat up to 238 passengers in a two-class layout. SKY is the first airline in South America to operate the A321neo with a high density cabin configuration.

SKY has been an Airbus customer since 2010 and became an all-Airbus operator in 2013. The A321neo will allow SKY to further expand their route offering in Latin America in the near future.

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