Portuguese carrier Azores Airlines has taken delivery of its first Airbus A321neo, received through specialist Air Lease.
The aircraft (CS-TSF) is one of six being acquired by the carrier via the US lessor.
Azores Airlines serves the Portuguese island territory of the Azores and the carrier is owned by the air transport group SATA.
It will use the CFM International Leap-powered aircraft on transatlantic services.
Azores Airlines operates an all-Airbus fleet of seven jets including a single A330, three A310-300s and three A320s.