Finnair has taken delivery of its first of five sharklet-equipped Airbus A321s, becoming the first airline to operate the type. The aircraft will eventually replace the carrier’s four Boeing 757-200s that have been used mainly for leisure and charter flights. “It took us 15 years to become an all-Airbus operator,” Finnair COO Ville Iho said at the ceremony at Hamburg Finkenwerder Airport. “As we develop our European network to complement our long-haul Asian ...

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