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Why the A220 Works Now

Madhu Unnikrishnan
January 27th, 2021 at 12:10 PM EST

Photo credit: JetBlue took delivery of its first Airbus A220 on New Year's Eve, making the rare move to debut an entirely new fleet-type during the pandemic. JetBlue Airways / Courtesy of JetBlue

Airbus has a winner with the A220, and airlines are just starting to discover what they can do with the aircraft’s size and range. Chris Sloan, publisher of joins for a discussion on the A220 and the Boeing 737 Max.

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