Virgin America on Dec. 15 said it will lease 10 Airbus A321neos from GE Capital Aviation Services, with deliveries in 2017 and 2018, a development that will allow the carrier to increase capacity during two years in which it previously had no new aircraft scheduled to arrive.  The order—Virgin America’s first for A321s—does not come as a surprise. For most of 2015, the airline has signaled it was looking to add 5-7 aircraft per year from 2017-19, and because Airbus ...

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