Now that the A320neo has been in service for a little over one year, airlines as well as Airbus and its key suppliers have gained operational experience with the reengined narrowbody. The story so far has been about a tumultuous start involving a last-minute change in launch operator and a difficult introduction of the Pratt & Whitney PW1100G engine. But Airbus and operators are encouraged by the aircraft’s performance data. As of March 1, Airbus had delivered a total of 88 ...


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