Aer Lingus has defined what now looks like the final version of its long-haul fleet strategy. The airline plans to take delivery of a mix of Airbus A350-900s and -900 regionals between 2018 and 2020, which represents a delay of up to three years compared to earlier scenarios. The carrier’s widebody planning has undergone several iterations. At some stage, Aer Lingus had ordered a mix of A330s and A350s before switching to the new model entirely. In an earlier agreement, Aer Lingus and ...

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