SAO PAULO—TAP Portugal is considering an order of a significant fleet of Airbus A321LRs, and wants to switch its Airbus A350 order to the A330neo, according to CEO Fernando Pinto. The revised fleet plan comes as a consequence of the airline’s takeover by a consortium that includes Azul and JetBlue Airways founder David Neeleman. Representatives of the consortium are already talking to Airbus about the switch to the A330neo, Pinto said. “It would get us back to where we ...


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