AirAsia plans to place an order soon for 100 narrowbody aircraft to support its international expansion. The airline is almost ready to sign a deal, AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes told reporters in Jakarta. “We’re getting closer to an order for 100 aircraft. It’s not there yet,” he said. “We certainly feel that we need the aircraft.” It is understood that Airbus, with its A320 and A320NEO, is the front-runner in the competition because AirAsia already operates an all-Airbus ...
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