PARIS–INTRO Aviation, the new majority shareholder of French long-haul airline Corsair, plans to revamp the carrier’s fleet, switching to an all-Airbus formation and increasing the fleet to 13 aircraft by 2023 to reduce costs and drive growth. The move comes after German tourism group TUI agreed to sell 53% of Corsair to INTRO Aviation, leaving Corsair employees with 20% and TUI initially retaining at 27% stake, in a deal announced Mar. 18. Each of Corsair’s three Boeing ...


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