Finnair A321. Courtesy, Airbus Finnair (AY) has selected the International Aero Engines (IAE) V2533-A5 engine for its fleet of five new extended-range Airbus A321s. The aircraft will enter service from September 2013. AY selected the engine for its fuel efficiency performance, which should save about 300 tons of fuel per year per aircraft, according to Airbus test data. The engines also comply with ICAO and EU noise limitations, the airline said. AY ordered the A321s in June ...

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