Design changes meant to give Airbus A320neo-family operators more cabin flexibility are creating operational headaches triggered by unanticipated center-of-gravity (CG) limitations, Aviation Week has learned. The issue affects certain A320neos and A321neos with Space-Flex cabins. Senior executives at one affected airline, Lufthansa, say the issues are linked to the Space-Flex design that places galleys and lavatories at the back of the Neo’s new cabin to create room for more seats. ...

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