As of now, the order is for 10 A320neo (new engine option) aircraft, three A321neos and one A320ceo (current engine option) jet.
But the airline stressed that the exact mix of the aircraft will be confirmed later.
The deal was announced at the International Air Transport Association’s Annual General Meeting in Doha, Qatar, today.
Delivery of the A320neos is expected to begin in late 2017, but the airline expects to receive the A320ceo early next year.
The fuel-efficient A320neos will be used on Air New Zealand’s Tasman and Pacific Island routes.
“These aircraft will help to ensure we continue to operate one of the world’s youngest jet fleets,” said CEO Christopher Luxon.
“This new fleet will further enhance the experience for our customers and will drive fuel efficiency enabling us to minimise our carbon footprint by saving around 3,600 tonnes of CO2 per aircraft per year.”
Airbus says it has some 2,700 orders for A320neo models from 50 customers.