FARNBOROUGH — Airbus has formally launched the A330neo, a re-engined version of its oldest in-production wide-body.  The aircraft is to deliver a 14% reduction in fuel burn per seat compared to the current aircraft. Airbus plans to deliver the first A330neo in the fourth quarter of 2017 following a development period of little more than three years. The manufacturer is expected to announce up to around 100 launch orders for the aircraft throughout this week at the Farnborough Air ...

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