LCC Air Arabia plans to use its incoming Airbus A321neoLRs to serve new routes in Southeast Asia. The UAE-based carrier will lease five 215-seat A321neoLRs from US-based lessor Air Lease Corp. The number appears to have been reduced from the six aircraft the airline announced in 2017. Delivery of the first A321neo has been delayed by several weeks but is now imminent, group CEO Adel Al Ali said. Al Ali referred March 21 to an order for 120 A320neo family aircraft, which has yet to appear ...

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