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EasyJet has said it will ‘ground the majority of its fleet of aircraft’ from Tuesday.

It will operate rescue flights ‘as required to repatriate customers’ still abroad and will continue to run a ‘minimal schedule of essential services’.

The minimal scheduled services will mainly involve routes serving the UK, it has been reported.

The EasyJet total fleet comprises entirely Airbus aircraft. As of February 2020, the group operates the following aircraft:

easyJet fleet
Aircraft In service Orders Passengers Notes
Airbus A319-100 71 156 Operated by easyJet UK
Older aircraft are to be retired and replaced by A320neos
45 Operated by easyJet Europe
Older aircraft are to be retired
7 Operated by easyJet Switzerland
Older aircraft are to be retired
Airbus A320-200 54 180 Operated by easyJet UK
92 186 Operated by easyJet Europe
23 Operated by easyJet Switzerland
Airbus A320neo 34 95 186 Operated by easyJet UK
Airbus A321neo 8 19 235 Operated by easyJet UK
Deliveries began in July 2018.
In the Airbus Cabin Flex (ACF) configuration.
3 Operated by easyJet Europe.
Total 337 114