Frontier Is Bullish On A321neo Driving Down Unit Costs

Frontier Is Bullish On A321neo Driving Down Unit Costs | Aviation Week Network

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Frontier Airlines does not foresee any major disruptions in deliveries of its Airbus A321neo aircraft in 2023, and believes the larger-gauge narrowbody is a key pillar in driving its unit costs down to pre-pandemic levels. The airline took delivery of its first 240-seat A321neo in September, along…

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