PARIS (Reuters) - Aeroflot
The A320neo is an updated version of Airbus' most popular jet with new engines which the planemaker says will provide up to 15 percent in fuel savings once it enters service in late 2015.
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"We will continue our orders," Vitaly Saveliev told French daily La Tribune. "We are studying the A320neo."
"On the other hand, we don't need the A380," he said, referring to the European planemaker's superjumbo passenger aircraft.
"It could be that we'll make some orders at Le Bourget," he said, referring to the Paris Air Show taking place in late June. "But we still have no idea what we might sign."
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(Reporting by Christian Plumb and Tim Hepher; Editing by Dale Hudson)