Finnair has begun internal evaluations for a 20- to 30-aircraft narrowbody order, which would be used to replace and grow its existing fleet of Airbus A320 family aircraft. Responding to a question from ATW, Finnair CEO Pekka Vauramo said internal discussions about the order will be completed in 2018. He said Finnair operates around 30 Airbus narrowbodies, around 18 of which are older aircraft, produced around 16 years ago. While these aircraft “still have some good years of ...

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