Air travelers to Laos will soon have a uniquely Libyan inflight experience, thanks to Airbus. The European aircraft maker and Lao Airlines agreed on the sale of two A320s, built for Tripoli-based Afriqiyah Airways, says Noudeng Chanthaphasouk, head of planning for the Laotian carrier. These two CFM-powered transports are configured with 126 economy- and 16 business-class seats, he says. “Libya was supposed to buy these two aircraft, but they can't buy them now, so Airbus is selling them ...

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