A320neo with Pratt & Whitney engines. Photo: Courtesy, Airbus. Airbus said it is bringing forward the A320neo's entry into service from 2016 to October 2015, and will begin the program's industrial development phase "in earnest" with Pratt & Whitney's PW1100G serving as the "lead development engine." So far, Airbus has received more than 300 commitments for the re-engined narrowbody through a combination of firm orders and MOUs; all three ...

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