Airbus is confident the A330neo will gain “more traction” in the market once airlines were able to verify the aircraft’s in-service performance, now that TAP Air Portugal has taken delivery of the first A330-900. “It has gained some traction already this year,” Airbus Commercial Aircraft president Guillaume Faury said, describing the position of the aircraft as “robust.” While the market may not see the very high number of widebody orders witnessed ...

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