FARNBOROUGH—Airbus is trying to move fast into the middle of the market segment with further A321neo improvements in an effort to make the business case for Boeing’s proposed new mid-market aircraft (NMA) even more challenging. “Speed is of essence,” Guillaume Faury, president of Airbus Commercial Aircraft, told Aviation Week at the Farnborough Airshow. The A321neo is Airbus’ tool to capture as much of the market as possible, and Airbus is looking at ways to ...

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