The addition of three Airbus A330s next year will drive further growth at low-cost, long-haul carrier AirAsia X, although the airline will be careful in opening new routes. Airline CEO Azran Osman-Rani said there are no plans to back off from taking the aircraft in June, July and November — adding to the five aircraft fleet now in operation. In fact, the carrier might even consider further adding A340-300s, if it could find one basically identical to the two it now operates. The ...
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