Finnair (AY) will return four Airbus A320s at the end of their lease periods in the fall of 2012 as part of its €140 million ($186.6 million) cost-savings program, to be completed by 2014 (ATW Daily News, Oct. 10).  As a result of this move, AY said it “expects to realize a boost in narrowbody aircraft utilization.” The move will not impact personnel. According to the Finnair Group website, AY operates 65 aircraft, comprising 11 A319s, 12 A320s, six A321s, eight ...

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