Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia is in talks for a massive Airbus A320NEO order. The airline’s CEO, Tony Fernandes, told journalists in Paris that a planned order for the aircraft would be “not dissimilar” in size to its previous purchase of 175 classic A320s. He cautioned however that financial terms of the deal have not yet been agreed on. Virgin America became the first airline to sign a firm order for the A320 NEO in January with a commitment for 30 aircraft. Indian low cost carrier ...
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