FRANKFURT—Lufthansa no longer sells the last row of seats on its Airbus A320neos to address concerns about the aircraft’s center-of-gravity (CG) limitations. Lufthansa told pilots in an internal memo that it made the decision as an ad-hoc measure to comply with regulatory demands—referring to a recent EASA airworthiness directive (AD) limiting the aft CG to 37% mean aerodynamic chord (MAC), up to 4% less than the previous CG limit at which the airline operated the Neos. ...


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