Japanese LCC Peach Aviation has ordered two Airbus A321LRs, signaling this is the type it will use to fulfill its plan to extend the reach of its international network. The carrier converted two of its 10 existing A320neo orders into A321LRs, which are scheduled to be delivered in 2020. Peach is a subsidiary of All Nippon Airways Holdings. Airbus said the A321LRs would enable Peach to operate flights of up to nine hours. The ANA Group has previously said it intends to offer medium-haul ...

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