Adding more seats to the Airbus A321NEO will lead to a 5% reduction in fuel burn per seat, Klaus Roewe, senior vice president for the A320NEO program told attendees at the Airbus Innovation Days in Toulouse. Airbus is offering the aircraft in a 236-seat lay-out that includes a new overwing exit. Door three is positioned further aft and door two can be deactivated as an option. The proposed changes would increase flexibility for how the aircraft is used. Keeping all doors activated and ...
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