Aer Lingus jumps at plans to stabilise its long-haul fleet, British Airways and Air France-KLM gain
The plan includes adjustments to the delivery schedule of three A330s and Aer Lingus’ first two A350s, as well as adjustments to the pre-delivery payment schedule for the aircraft, reflecting changes to deliveries. The carrier has also reached an agreement to reduce its current long-haul fleet through early termination of existing fleet agreements with respect to two A330s. A single aircraft is being made available to invest in a JV with United Airlines to operate service between Washington and Madrid.
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