Low-cost carrier AirAsia (AK) is reported to be near to closing a deal for 100 more Airbus A320s.
AirAsia A320. Courtesy, Airbus Low-cost carrier AirAsia (AK) is reported to be near to closing a deal for 100 more Airbus A320s. AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes told reporters at the Farnborough Airshow in July that he was in talks with Bombardier regarding the potential purchase of CSeries aircraft, but he added, “We’re pretty much Airbus oriented” and confirmed that final negotiations were taking place with Airbus for between 50 and 100 A320s (ATW ...
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