Commentary: WOW Air’s Demise Is A Case Study In Flawed Fleet Decisions

Credit: Airbus
There is a part of Toulouse-Blagnac Airport that is reserved for difficult cases. When around 100 Airbus A320neos were waiting for engines last year, many of the “gliders” were parked there, a little east of the A380 final assembly line. The A320neos are gone, but two A330neos in the pink livery of...

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