FRANKFURT—Design changes meant to give Airbus A320neo-family operators more cabin flexibility are creating operational headaches for some carriers that must adhere to performance limitations triggered by unanticipated center-of gravity (CG) limitations, Aviation Week has learned. The issue affects certain A320neos and A321neos with Space Flex cabins. Senior executives at one affected airline, Lufthansa, said the issues are linked to the Space Flex design that places galleys and ...

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