Virgin Atlantic Airways has confirmed it is considering the larger Boeing 787-10 as part of its fleet renewal program. The UK-based carrier has 16 of the intermediate-sized 787-9s on order, with the first due to arrive in September, some three months after launch customer Air New Zealand places its -9s into service. Virgin Atlantic also has options on five further -9s, which form part of an ongoing fleet modernization program that replaces the airline’s existing Airbus A340s (-300s and ...

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