Mexico’s largest domestic operator, low-cost carrier Interjet, has signed a purchase agreement for 40 Airbus A320NEOs, a move that will boost its backlog to 45 Airbus narrowbodies if firmed. Few details are being disclosed, including a delivery schedule, although Airbus says Interjet will be one of the first airlines in the region to operate the NEO. The deal more than doubles the airline’s current fleet of A320s, which will grow to 37 aircraft later this month, when the European ...
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