Florida-based ultra-LCC Spirit Airlines plans to take delivery of two more Airbus A320neos this year and to resume regular deliveries next year after problems with its Pratt & Whitney PW1100G-powered airliners caused the carrier to stop accepting them. CEO Robert Fornaro said at the APEX Expo conference in Boston, Massachusetts that industry-wide problems with the geared turbofan engine both extended Spirit’s delivery schedule and limited the destinations it plans to serve with ...

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