EasyJet has issued requests for proposals to Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier as well as engine manufacturers CFM and Pratt & Whitney as the airline plans to renew its fleet. It is looking at a 150-seat version of the Bombardier CSeries, the Airbus A320NEO and the Boeing 737 MAX. If it proceeds with a Bombardier order, EasyJet would go for a mixed fleet of two types, as the airline would then also buy a 180-seat aircraft, either the A320NEO or 737 MAX.

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