Asiana Airlines has agreed to order 25 Airbus A321neos and plans to fly the A321s as its main narrowbody type.  The carrier signed a letter of intent for the new aircraft, which will reportedly be delivered in 2019-25. They will be used in both its mainline operation and for Air Busan, its low-cost carrier subsidiary. An engine selection is yet to be made. Asiana says the A321neos will be used primarily on routes to Japan, China and Southeast Asia, as well as on some domestic ...

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