Aegean Airlines announced yesterday a firm order for eight A320s with 12 options in a move that signals the largely domestic carrier may be primed to compete for greater market share with floundering Olympic Airlines. Aegean will lease six additional A320s, according to International Aero Engines. The new aircraft, equipped with a two-class configuration and powered by IAE V2500s, will be delivered beginning in 2008 and will replace older lift in Aegean's fleet, which currently comprises 12 ...

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