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-nm. 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 in the next 15 years, which would bring the total orders for A320 family aircraft above 10,000 units ...
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