CHARLESTON, S.C.—Air France is preparing a request for proposals (RFP) for new narrowbody aircraft that will enable it to start replacing its current Airbus A320-family fleet. “It is clear that we have to make a decision next year,” Nicolas Bertrand, Air France’s vice president of fleet management, said. The airline would initially seek to replace the oldest A320s. Air France operates 117 A320 family aircraft, among them are 41 A320s.  It also is one of the few ...

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