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Airbus A220 (ex CSeries) Master Thread

Old Oct 26, 22, 11:44 am
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Meanwhile, talk about a 225 is getting louder. Although for AB, that would cut significantly into the 320 market.
A223 (and A320neo) has effectively killed off the A319neo.

A321NEO/LR/XLR has been the sales leader in the past few years in the A320 family.

As long as the A220 family continue to gain prominence and become profitable, Airbus should have no problems letting the A220-500 to take A320's place. They are more happy to sell more A321 or even the A322 if it ever happens, at a higher margin.

A320 will still have an edge in longer range route when the capacity of the A321 is not needed (same can be said about the A319, but the market has proven otherwise)
Both families can coexist and move up slightly in size occupancying different places in the market.
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