Finnair is evaluating its plans for narrowbody replacements, with deliveries anticipated to begin about 2020, as 37 of the airline’s existing narrowbody fleet approach mid-life. The Finland flag carrier operates a mainline fleet of 57 aircraft: 11 Airbus A350s, nine A330s, 19 A321s, 10 A320s and eight A319s, according to Aviation Week’s AWIN database. “On the narrowbody side, we have quite a middle-aged fleet. At this point, we are trying to think about what to do ...

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