International Airlines Group (IAG) has been forced to reconsider its network plans, potentially through to early 2021, because of delivery delays impacting the Airbus A321neo. Airbus recently cut its 2019 delivery target by up to 30 aircraft, because of problems with the A320neo-family production ramp-up at its Hamburg final assembly lines. The problems largely relate to increased demand for the complex Airbus Cabin Flex layout on the A321neo and A321LR. “We’ve spent a lot of ...

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