A321neoXLR

Lie flat seating is on the rise in the premium cabin of single aisle airliners as new generation arrivals deliver improved comforts as well as a longer range

The number of airlines offering lie-flat seats on narrowbody aircraft is increasing rapidly, providing better options for corporates in a wide range of markets. The

Qantas Group signs up for the new A321XLR, but will they fly under the mainline or Jetstar brand?

Qantas Group is among the first tranche of airlines to sign up for the new XLR variant of the Airbus A321neo that was launched at

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