Airbus is making further progress in placing its two models addressing the middle-of-the-market segment, with commitments from several airlines in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Cebu Pacific placed an order for 16 A330-900s and 10 A321XLRs, the longest-range version of the A321neo. The carrier will be the highest-density operator of the A330neo, which it plans to operate in a 460-seat, single-class layout. Because Airbus has rearranged the cabin, Cebu can fit in ...

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