India-based low-cost carrier IndiGo has trimmed its delivery schedule for 26 new Airbus A320neos by March 2017 by two aircraft, and will now take 24 over the next 13 months. The carrier finalized an order for 250 A320neos in August 2015, valued at $26.55 billion at list prices. Airbus has faced delay issues with the first orders for the new type, with launch customer Lufthansa deferring delivery until January 2016. To address demand, IndiGo has taken up “attractive leases” on ...

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