Lufthansa's supervisory board yesterday approved orders for nine A330-300s and 32 A320 family aircraft. All nine A330s and two A320s will be operated by Swiss International Air Lines, with deliveries starting in early 2009. The -300s will replace A330-200s that Swiss currently operates. Lufthansa will take delivery of 20 A321s, four A320s and six A319s beginning in 2011 to operate within Europe. "We are modernizing our continental fleet with the new aircraft and expanding our leading ...

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