In confirming its plans to upgrade the A320 family with two new engine offerings – from CFM International and Pratt & Whitney – Airbus says it will not just reduce fuel burn, but also reduce NOx emissions, lower noise, and add up to 500 naut. mi. new range on the A320neo (new engine option) when it enters service in 2016. Airbus says it sees a market potential for 4,000 NEO-type aircraft over the next 15 years, which would bring the total orders for A320 family aircraft above 10,000 ...
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