EasyJet Evaluating A320NEO, 737 MAX And Bombardier CSeries

Although it still has 42 options and 32 purchase rights for Airbus A320s left, EasyJet has begun evaluating the latest narrowbody offerings in the market, says Chris Essex, the carrier's head of central and fleet procurement. “We are now actively evaluating the re-engined Airbus [A320] NEO and...

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