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Airbus passenger tests A321XLR for 10-hour plus flights

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Nevil Gibson Sat, 23 Sep 2023

Long-haul flights lasting 10 or more hours in single-aisled aircraft Airbus are coming closer to reality. Airbus has commenced functional and reliability testing of its A321XLR, which is expected to enter service in 2024.

Airlines have ordered more that 400 of the model, which is capable of flying

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