Vueling A320. Photo: By Rob Finlayson. Vueling Airlines CEO Alex Cruz confirmed to ATW that the carrier plans to add six aircraft next year and said the company is in talks “with all the major aircraft manufacturers as well as current and some potential [new] lessors.” Vueling currently deploys 36 A320s. Cruz has in the past been very adamant that a short/medium-haul carrier in Europe needs to operate a single fleet type to keep costs low, and he indicated this week ...

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