EADS CEO Louis Gallois and Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes. By Kurt Hofmann Malyasia’s fast-growing low-cost carrier AirAsia (AK) is considering ordering more Airbus A320s until its A320neo aircraft arrive, CEO Tony Fernandes told ATW on the sidelines of Airbus Innovation Days in Toulouse, where he took delivery of the carrier’s 100th A320. AK ended last year’s Paris Air Show with a massive order for 200 A320neos, which should be available from 2015 (ATW Daily News, ...

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