AirAsia said it will defer eight A320-200s scheduled for delivery in 2011 to 2014, bringing to 16 the number of 2010-11 deliveries it is pushing back. It originally had 48 A320s slated for delivery in 2010-11 but now will take only 32 during the timeframe. It also plans to terminate leases with GECAS on nine 737s and return them ahead of schedule in 2010. The moves were confirmed by CEO Tony Fernandes to Malaysia's The Star. He added that the LCC is considering selling two 737s to Mexican ...

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