The introduction of the Airbus A320neo into scheduled service has been rocky. But after months of working intensely with Pratt & Whitney and Airbus and with significant operational restrictions, Lufthansa executives say they expect the worst of the entry-into-service issues to be overcome by June. The airline stepped in to take the first A320neo in early January after original launch customer Qatar Airways refused to take delivery of its aircraft. It turned out that the ...

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