Airbus will reveal details next month on how it plans to boost the number of seats on its  A320 and A321 aircraft. The manufacturer plans to raise seating on the A320 from 180 to 186 seats. The A321 maximum capacity will go from the current 220 seats to 240, Airbus Chief Operating Officer Customers John Leahy said at the Berlin Air Show (ILA). Aviation Week earlier reported about the plans. In April, Airbus only said that the 186 limit was “one of the things we are looking at ...

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