PARIS—French long-haul carrier Corsair is speeding up plans to transition to an all-Airbus fleet as it seeks to grow its fleet and network with the backing of its new shareholder. German airline investment group Intro Aviation, which became Corsair’s majority shareholder in March when it bought TUI Group’s stake, said at the time it wanted to revamp Corsair’s fleet. Corsair plans to operate a fleet of 13 Airbus aircraft by 2023, with the first fleet transformation ...


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