Intro Aviation, the new majority shareholder of French long-haul airline Corsair, plans to operate up to 15 Airbus A330 classics/A330neos and add new routes to North America. Intro Aviation managing director Peter Oncken told ATW that, since the deal was completed March 15 after German tourism group TUI agreed to sell 53% of Corsair, “Our main focus is to develop Corsair further. The carrier has actually shrunk over the last 10 years under the ownership of TUI and had been at a ...

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