Airbus has begun labeling its current generation A320s the ceo—short for current engine option—as it markets the new, re-engined A320neo while still selling the original variant. Speaking at a briefing in Toulouse Wednesday, Airbus EVP, Europe, Asia & Pacific Chris Buckley revealed that the term ceo was gaining traction within the company. Neo stands for new engine option. Airbus has 1,289 firm orders for neos from 24 customers. It is building 38 A320 family aircraft a ...

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