Fiji Airways has decided against plans to order Airbus A330neos, instead opting to add two A350s while keeping its A330ceos longer. The airline was previously attempting to sell its six A330-200s and -300s, purchasing A330neos to replace them, Fiji Airways CEO Andre Viljoen told ATW June 2 on the sidelines of the IATA AGM in Seoul. Viljoen said the carrier was looking in 2018 to order up to eight widebodies. Boeing 787-9s had also been considered. However, after “months and ...

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