Vietjet has decided to convert all 42 of its Airbus A320neo orders to the larger A321neo, a move that further delineates the roles of Boeing and Airbus narrowbodies in its long-term fleet strategy. The LCC already had 31 A321neos and 11 A321ceos on order; after the latest tweak it will have 84 A321 firm orders. The first of Vietjet’s A321neos arrived Jan. 2 at its Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, hub. The 42 A320neos were ordered in 2014. However, in 2016, Vietjet also placed an order for ...

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