Air France will decide on its future narrowbody fleet this year and wants to take delivery of its first new aircraft from 2021. “We have to replace part of the narrowbody fleet of Air France, so we are going to write down the interest for a tender, which will be sent to Airbus, Boeing, Embraer and Bombardier. A decision will be made this year,” CEO Jean-Marc Janaillac told ATW on the sidelines of the A4E Aviation Summit in Brussels. Janaillac said the carrier has not yet ...

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